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SALT LAKE CITY -- A new green technology company opened a research and design facility for the development of compressed natural gas.
Alternative Vehicle Solutions will use the new 5,000 square foot facility at 300 W. 2950 South to develop compressed natural gas fuel systems that will be installed in General Motors vans. The first compressed natural gas van should roll off the assembly line this month in Indiana.
The company says it will provide new jobs plus add more than $15 million into the Utah economy over the next five years. It says cng can reduce carbon dioxide by about 22 percent.