The heavy-duty freight sector has historically been difficult to decarbonize given the challenge of replacing diesel without compromising on vehicle performance and economics.

There is now a solution with HPDI Technology’s High Pressure Direct Injection 2.0 a fully OEM integrated system that enables heavy-duty trucks to operate on natural gas or H2 with reduced fuel costs, reduced CO2 emissions, and diesel-like performance.

HPDI Technology retains the performance and efficiency of a diesel engine—critical for heavy duty engines in demanding commercial applications—while significantly reducing greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions. Developed and validated to rigorous OEM standards, HPDI can be integrated into any engine and truck manufacturer’s offer.

Proven Performance

HPDI offers the same power (>400hp), torque, engine braking and drivability as diesel, required to meet the harsh demands of heavy duty transport with no change in the driving experience.

High Efficiency

With optimized combustion, an HPDI equipped engine can achieve diesel engine efficiency (within 1%) with inherently low engine-out unburnt methane emissions.

Low GHG Emissions

Designed to allow engines to meet the latest stringent emission regulations including Euro VI, HPDI reduces GHGs by 20-100%[1] compared to the equivalent diesel engine on a well-to-wheel basis.

Fuel Cost Savings

Fleets can realize significant cost savings when fueling with natural gas. The U.S. Energy Information Association ("EIA") predicts that the price of natural gas will remain below the price of petroleum diesel for decades.