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“Smart Emissions Reducer Yields Positive Results in Jordan”

SOURCE: Extreme Energy Solutions partners with local fleets in giving the Smart Emissions Reducer a trial run in lowering vehicle emissions while looking to increase gas mileage in Jordan; yielding positive results on the ground.

August 5, 2015  Amman, Jordan

January 2015, two local industry leaders in Jordan partnered with Extreme Energy Solutions in testing the validity of the Smart Emissions Reducer Technology. The device was put to the test in a series of real world, real time conditions on both gas and diesel engines, on both medium and heavy duty commercial and transit vehicles. Three different fleets were chosen to demonstrate the Smart Emissions Reducer’s impact on multiple fleet situations.

The first to agree to test the Smart Emissions Reducer device was Nicola Abu Khader & Sons Company, or NASCO, the region’s largest dealer of aftermarket parts and supplies for the automotive industry. NASCO agreed to have four of their vehicle retrofitted with the device, including one Mercedes Actros long haul truck, and three Mitsubishi Fuso-Canter delivery box trucks.

Over the 90 day trial period term, the NASCO fleet demonstrated a 9% fuel efficiency gain while also obtaining an average of 20% decrease in overall harmful vehicle emissions. All vehicles tested utilized diesel engine power plants. NASCO agreed to continue to testing the Smart Emissions Reducer devices.

The City Municipal Transit, or CMT, also vetted the product’s worthiness. CMT experienced a range of emissions results at first, due to the many variables in which these vehicles operate. The majority of the positive gains experienced were in the direction of emissions reduction. CMT fleet comprised of Yutong manufactured transit passenger buses outfitted with Cummings diesel engines. 20% to 74% averages in harmful vehicle-engine exhaust emissions reductions were realized.

Nicola Abu Khader, CEO of the Abu Khader Group, the parent company of NASCO, the region’s largest auto parts supplier, and operator of car dealerships that offer BMW, Daewoo, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Mitsubishi, and Opal vehicles, and are private partners in the local bus transit system, City Municipal Transit; tested the new green technology for reducing emission, offered by an emerging technology company from New Jersey; agreed to extend testing to other commercial fleets in which they influence.

“It will be great to demonstrate more consistent results with other fleets in the region, thus making a stronger case for your device (the Smart Emissions Reducer) to be needed in Jordan.”

Extreme Energy Solutions technical team installed Smart Emissions Reducers on selected vehicles from multiple fleets. Once vehicles were retrofitted with the devices, Extreme tech team members would travel to Amman to follow up on the fleet’s progress, conducting emissions testing at the recommended benchmarks. Fleets would report back their fuel savings. At the end of each trial term, representatives of each fleet and the Extreme Energy Solutions would review the data, and come to an understanding of the devices capabilities.

Yasser Fannoun, General Manager of Fannoun Tires, also has partnered with Extreme Energy Solutions, in testing the Smart Emissions Reducer, in Jordan, to help lower fuel consumption and address the concerns about rising pollution problems in the City of Amman.  Fannoun also operates Fannoun for Trade and Transport, a trucking and logistics company, which is the test bed for proving the Smart Emissions Reducer’s ability to help lower emissions.

Over ten Fannoun trucks were retrofitted with the device, which too, yielded both positive emissions reduction and fuel efficiency results. Fuel efficiency varied from 2.5% to 4.8% average during the term of the trial program, emissions reductions ranged from 20% to 30% average. Under their previous business model, the fleet would have realized a return on investment on purchasing the devices under a year’s time.  Mercedes Actros cab over semis with diesel powered engines were the test subjects of this fleet.

City of Amman continues to grow, and with growth brings more vehicles to the road. With more vehicles on the road, brings the concern of increasing from more vehicle traffic. Developing over the region is a haze, a major concern, with increasing pollution as the possible contributor of this matter.

“We greatly appreciate the cooperation of  the Abu Khader Group-NASCO and Fannoun,” added Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, “They have been very gracious have been great partners in testing the device. We look forward in working with them in the near future.”

Continued trial testing with additional vehicle fleets within the Abu Khader-NASCO network are set to begin in early September of 2015.

Jordan is a member of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change.  The majority of Jordan’s petro and diesel is imported from outside the country. Saving money on fuel is not only a matter of interest in the commercial market, but of interest by public entities. Emissions reduction is always important to preserving air and water quality to any metro area with a growing population.

The Extreme Energy Solutions Team was led by Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions and recognized Fuel Economy Expert Michael Holler, who visited Jordan multiple times during the partnered testing program. Extreme Energy Solutions is headquartered in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, and is the provider of other technology that delivers on having a positive impact on the environment, in addition to Smart Emissions Reducer.

More references related to this story at www.ExtremeEnergySolutions.net, or www.SmartEmissionsReducer.com,

Smart Emissions Reducer Green Technology Gets Put to the Test in Jordan

January 5, 2015  Amman, Jordan

His Excellency, Minster of Environment, Dr. Taher Shakhshir meets w/Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., and Kabeer Minhas, of Global Tap -Consultant to Extreme Energy Solutions. The Ministry of Environment is Jordan's equivelant to US EPA.

His Excellency, Minster of Environment, Dr. Taher Shakhshir meets w/Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., and Kabeer Minhas, of Global Tap -Consultant to Extreme Energy Solutions. The Ministry of Environment is Jordan’s equivelant to US EPA.

SOURCE: NASCO and FANNOUN partner with Extreme Energy Solutions in giving the Smart Emissions Reducer a trial run in lowering vehicle emissions while looking to increase gas mileage in Jordan.

Two industry leaders in Jordan tests Smart Emissions Reducer Technology offered by Extreme Energy Solutions. NASCO and Fannoun begin field testing of the device on buses and trucks.

It’s the technology which is making an impact on vehicle emissions reduction on the worldwide stage, now gets a chance to demonstrate its ability to lower harmful emissions while increasing fuel mileage in Jordan. Over two dozen vehicles, including buses, trucks, taxi cabs, and personal vehicles are the first to recieve the Smart Emissions Reducer under the hood in the City of Amman.

Nicola Abu Khader, CEO of the Abu Khader Group, the parent company of NASCO, the region’s largest auto parts supplier, and operator of car dealerships that offer Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Mitsubishi, and Opal vehicles, and are private partners in the local bus transit system, City Municipal Transit; partners in testing the new green technology for reducing emission, offered by an emerging technology company from New Jersey.

Extreme Energy Solutions technical team installed Smart Emissions Reducers on selected NASCO vehicles used for

Fuel Economy Expert Mike Holler instructs and assists Fannoun's Technican, Mr. Zeppe on the proper way to Install a Smart Emissions Reducer on a Mercedes Actros diesel powered engine.

Fuel Economy Expert Mike Holler instructs and assists Fannoun’s Technican, Mr. Zeppe on the proper way to Install a Smart Emissions Reducer on a Mercedes Actros diesel powered engine.

local and regional deliveries. In addition, four City Municipal Transit buses were retrofitted with the new green technology. The trucks and busses will be monitored for up to 90 days, recording emissions output at every 30 day benchmark. NASCO/Abu Khader will monitor the fuel consumption of these vehicles during that same time. At the end of the 90 days, an official report will be made available of the results

“We are looking forward to testing the Smart Emissions Reducer on our trucks and cars Jordan. If the device demonstrates that it works as it has in the past in other places around the world, it will be a very good thing to have in Jordan,” added Nicola Abu Khader, CEO of the Abu Khader Group, parent company of NASCO.

“Fuel is one of our biggest costs in our business and we are excited to test this device. As our population continues to grow, pollution continues to increase. So fuel efficiency while being able to reduce our carbon emissions will be huge plus to our business and community. It is critical to prove the cost savings of this device. Helping the environment is always important, and we open to exploring affordable ways to do this,” added Abu Khader.

Smart Emissions Reducer installed in Actros Big Rig diesel powered engine.

Smart Emissions Reducer installed in Actros Big Rig diesel powered engine.

Yasser Fannoun, General Manager of Fannoun Tires, also has partnered with Extreme Energy Solutions, in testing the Smart Emissions Reducer, in Jordan, to help lower fuel consumption and address the concerns about rising pollution problems in the City of Amman.  Fannoun also operates Fannoun for Trade and Transport, a trucking and logistics company, which is the test bed for proving the Smart Emissions Reducer’s ability to help lower emissions.

“It is important to lower air pollution in Amman,” stated Yasser Fannoun, General Manager of Fannoun Tires and Partner in Fannoun for Trade and Transport, “We are looking forward to the fuel economy benefit. We have over 50 trucks, and use over 200,000 liters per month in fuel to operate our fleet; a 15% savings would translate into $10,000 JD (Jordanian Dinar) (equivalent to $14,100 US Dollars) that could be put to use in other areas of our business.”

“Fuel is a major expense of doing business. We welcome Samuel Burlum and Mike Holler, and Extreme Energy Solutions

Trucks line up at Fannoun Tire to be retrofitted with the Smart Emissions Reducer.

Trucks line up at Fannoun Tire to be retrofitted with the Smart Emissions Reducer.

here to Jordan,” continued Fannoun.

Currently, vehicle owners expect to pay over $0.92 JD for a liter of gas (equals $ 3.48 per gallon in US Dollars) and $0.97 JD for a liter of diesel fuel in Jordan (equals to $3.67 per gallon).

Over ten transport trucks for Fannoun were retrofitted with the Smart Emissions Reducer by Extreme Energy Solutions, and will be monitored over the next 90 days. Extreme Energy Solutions will return to Jordan each month to assist in testing the emissions of each vehicle. In addition to ten over the road transport trucks, four yellow taxi cabs were also retrofitted with the Smart Emissions Reducer device. These vehicles are under the supervision of Fannoun during the test period.

The City of Amman is experiencing immense growth in its population, and with the boom brings the need for people to travel, adding more vehicles to the road. The demand for vehicles in Jordan is at its highest. With more vehicles on the road, brings the concern of increasing pollution from more vehicle traffic.

Mike Holler inspects a Smart Emissions Reducer installation and explains its functionality to NASCO's Engineer Mr. Mohammed Abdo, head of Business Development and Marketing Manager for Spare Parts Division. Joining them is Kabeer Minhas, Consultant to Extreme Energy Solutions.

Mike Holler inspects a Smart Emissions Reducer installation and explains its functionality to NASCO’s Engineer Mr. Mohammed Abdo, head of Business Development and Marketing Manager for Spare Parts Division. Joining them is Kabeer Minhas, Consultant to Extreme Energy Solutions.

“We are honored to partner with Abu Khader/NASCO and Fannoun,” added Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, “They have been very gracious and provided us and the device a very warm welcome.”

“We look forward to a long term relationship. Meeting with Officials of the Jordanian Government, we have discovered they are very serious about meeting environmental initiatives in preserving the air quality of Jordan, while lessening their need for energy,” Burlum continued.

Extreme Energy Solutions met with His Excellency, Minster of Environment, Dr. Taher Shakhshir; Her Excellency, Lina Shbeeb, Minster of Transportation; and Husam Mamdoh Abd Al-Nejdawi, Executive Director of Fleet for the Greater Amman Municipality; all who expressed their interest in the Smart Emissions Reducer, and expressed the importance of fuel savings and in reducing pollution in Jordan.

There is much potential and need for this technology in Jordan. Jordan is a member of the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, a network of the world’s megacities committed to addressing climate change.  The majority of Jordan’s gasoline and diesel is imported from outside the country. Saving money on fuel is not only a matter of interest in the commercial market, but of interest by public entities.

The Smart Emissions Reducer was recently tested by the Changzhou Keshi Group, a manufacturer of specialty mining

Jordan City Buses begin to get prepped for Smart Emissions Reducer units, as before installation emissions testing is conducted to baseline the vehicles.

Jordan City Buses begin to get prepped for Smart Emissions Reducer units, as before installation emissions testing is conducted to baseline the vehicles.

equipment in China, whereas it was discovered Smart Emissions Reducer provides up to a 5% fuel economy savings while tested on 5.9 liter engines produced by Cummings; while lessening the impact of emissions by 65%.

The Extreme Energy Solutions Team was led by Samuel Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions and recognized Fuel Economy Expert Michael Holler, who spent the week in Jordan to launch the partnered testing program. Extreme Energy Solutions is headquartered in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, and is the provider of other technology that delivers on having a positive impact on the environment, in addition to Smart Emissions Reducer.

You can find out more references related to this story at www.ExtremeEnergySolutions.net, www.SmartAFS.com, www.SamBurlum.com,  www.SmartEmissionsReducer.com, www.extremeenergysolutions.wordpress.com/blog, and www.thegreenlanecolumn.wordpress.com

Chinas Auto Industry Looks To Adopt New Emissions Technology

November 12, 2014  Ogdensburg, New Jersey

Syndicated from KYTX CBS News 19 Texas-

Keshi Factory 0aExtreme Energy Solutions Inc., A New Jersey Based Environmental Firm Begins Research With Several Chinese Engine And Vehicle Manufacturers To Help Address Their Air Pollution Concerns.

Various Chinese auto manufacturers show serious interest in a new emissions technology offered by Extreme Energy Solutions, a New Jersey based technology company. Extreme’s flagship product, the Smart Emissions Reducer is a relatively new emissions reduction and combustion enhancing technology that is gaining popularity quickly. It has been proven in various reputable laboratories and testing facilities such as Roush Industries, Nova Analytical Systems, Inc., and the Changzhou Keshi Group to reduce emissions substantially and even provide a fuel economy increase as a beneficial side effect.

The Changzhou Keshi Group, a manufacturer of specialty vehicles for the mining industry joined the ranks of some of their industry colleagues including the BAIC Motor Corporation, FAW Jiefang Quingdao Automobile Company and the Weichai Power Company in issuing Letters of Interest/Letters of Intent to Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. Chinas severe pollution concerns are calling for implementation of new emissions reduction technology such as Smart Emissions Reducer (SER).

This rising new green technology will be put to the test in some of the harshest air pollution conditions in the world. With outdoor visibility very low, and many people even wearing masks in public due to air pollution, China is the perfect place to implement such technology.

On site 24The applications of the SER are virtually endless. For all internal combustion engines of any fuel type, the SER can help improve the combustion process and reduce the amount of smog and greenhouse gasses being released into populated areas. With government policies aimed to address air pollution, specifically in the transportation sector, engine and vehicle manufactures are in a dire need of a solution to meet new regulatory benchmarks.

To meet this demand, representatives from these Chinese corporations searched far and wide for solutions, only to find themselves in the small town of Ogdensburg, New Jersey. Extreme Energy Solutions, a manufacturer, distributor, and servicer of emissions reduction technology welcomed the delegates with an eagerness to help them solve their pollution concerns.

The first to meet with Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions, and his team was the Weichai Power Company. Weichai is a publicly traded engine manufacturer of heavy duty diesel power plants that also produces vehicle models such as buses, semi trucks, and service trucks. Weichai visited the New Jersey company in early 2013, and decided to explore further possibilities of partnering with the up and coming green technology firm.

Weichai-Shandong Group (2)“We were impressed with the Smart Emissions Reducer, and the technology behind it,” noted Tim Chang, Deputy Director of Engine Research and Development, If the products test meets our expectations, we would like to discuss with you a business partnership that would be mutually beneficial to both of us. Currently Weichai and Extreme Energy Solutions are engaged in on going testing to determine the validity of the SER in Weichais applications.

The next manufacturer to investigate the Smart Emissions Reducer was the Keshi Group, a mining industry equipment manufacturer that is located in Changzhou, Jiangsu Provence. The Keshi Group initially partnered with Extreme in November 2013 to test the validity of SER. Mr. Jiang Hanjun, CEO and President of Changzhou Keshi Group, had an opportunity to travel to Ogdensburg, New Jersey with his team to investigate this solution that lowers emissions while increasing fuel efficiency. Keshi is interested in applying this new clean technology to their explosion proof underground mining vehicles.

After meeting with Extreme Energy Solutions’ CEO and President, Samuel Burlum, and the rest of the EES team, Mr. Jiang committed to partnering with Extreme in testing their flagship product, the Smart Emissions Reducer.

“We are very impressed with the product (Smart Emissions Reducer) and are very interested in cooperating
with your company,” commented Mr. Jiang.

The Keshi Group recently concluded testing of the Smart Emissions Reducer this past summer of 2014. Testing results concluded that the Smart Emissions Reducer performed as advertised under controlled laboratory conditions. Preliminary tests would show the SER could provide up to a 5% fuel economy increase on a brand new 5.9 liter Cummings diesel On site 16apowered engine, and a significant reduction in emissions, more specifically a reduction in particulate matter (PM) of up to 49% and carbon monoxide (CO) of up to 63%.

After further testing conducted by Keshi, the Smart Emissions Reducer proved to deliver consistent emissions reductions between 20% to 50% in all phases of the engines operations, while also still providing a fuel economy benefit of no lower than 2% and 3%. The Keshi Groups testing data was reviewed by Dr. Carley Corrado, Ph.D., with the Department of Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Corrado provided commentary on the Statistical Margin of Error within the test report, evaluating the reduction of emissions and improved fuel efficiency by adding the Smart Emissions Reducer onto the new Cummings diesel engine.

“The total emissions averaged over the 6 modes tested in the categories of CO, K/M, and N% were decreased by 22%, 25% and 18% respectively,” noted Dr. Carrado, “There was a decrease in Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (BSFC) of 2.3%, which is equivalent to the corresponding improvement of fuel efficiency.”

“Conservative projections of the fuel economy savings resulting from the addition of the SER estimates an ROI of 1.2 years and a total of 10,000 liters (2641 gallons) of fuel over the expected lifespan of the SER,” continued Corrado.

On site 26Mr. Jiang and Keshi offered to enter into the next phase of the Extreme Energy Solutions Smart Emissions
Reducer evaluation program, and agreed to purchase a small rolling production of the SER devices and have them installed in the field.

“It was a real pleasure to work side by side with Keshis Technicians,” Burlum contributed, “they really appreciated the partnership and they clearly demonstrated that they could quickly embrace the installation process.”

Keshi and EES technicians worked side by side to install the Smart Emissions Reducers over a two day period at a mine in Inner Mongolia on newly deployed Keshi vehicles.

BAIC and FAW are still in talks with Extreme and also look to move forward with the evaluation process. Both BAIC and FAW have invited Extreme back to China to get their cooperative Smart Emissions Reducer programs underway.

The Smart Emissions Reducer, (initially branded as the Intercharger) was first introduced by Extreme Energy Solutions in 2010 to the taxi and delivery vehicle market. It was soon approved for use by the New York City Taxi and Limo Commission. Then it was later tested by Roush Industries on gasoline powered vehicles. Tests in their lab demonstrated the SER could deliver up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency and up to 65% reduction in emissions.

New Green Technology for Emissions Reduction is Discovered by Vehicle Manufacturer

November 9, 2014  Changzhou, Jiangsu Province, China

Syndicated from KOAM CBS News 7 Affiliate, Pittsburg, Kansas-

keshi 6 (2)Mr. Jiang Hanjun, CEO and President of the Chinese mining equipment manufacturer, Changzhou Keshi Group, discovers a powerful new green technology for vehicle emissions reduction offered by an emerging technology company from New Jersey.

Mr. Jiang and his team recently visited Ogdensburg, New Jersey in search of an emissions reduction solution for their explosion proof underground mining vehicles. They were introduced to a new emissions solution, the Smart Emissions Reducer (SER) offered by Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. (EES).

After meeting with Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of EES and his team, Mr. Jiang committed to partnering with Extreme in testing the Smart Emissions Reducer, the flagship product of the New Jersey based technology firm.

“We are very impressed with the product (Smart Emissions Reducer) and are very interested in cooperating with your company,” commented Mr. Jiang. Jiang offered a formal invitation to Burlum and his team to visit the Keshi facility in China, where both companies would partner to test the validity of the Smart Emissions Reducer in the mining equipment vehicle application.

“If the test results are satisfactory, we would like to discuss long term cooperation matter with your company including becoming an exclusive distributor of SER for your company in China,” offered Mr. Jiang.

Keshi Lab TestKeshi Group began testing of the Smart Emissions Reducer in December 2013. Testing results concluded that the Smart Emissions Reducer performed as advertised under controlled laboratory conditions. Preliminary testing would show the SER could provide up to a 5% fuel economy increase on a brand new 5.9 liter Cummings diesel powered engine, and a significant reduction in emissions, more specifically a reduction of particulate matter (PM) up to a 49% and carbon monoxide (CO) up to 63%.

After further testing conducted by Keshi, the Smart Emissions Reducer proved to deliver consistent vehicle emissions reductions between 20% to 50% in all phases of the engines operations, while also still providing a fuel economy benefit no lower than 2% and 3%, although field tests have shown it to be higher.

Keshis testing data was reviewed by Dr. Carley Corrado, PhD, with the Department of Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Corrado provided commentary on the Statistical Margin of Error within the test report and evaluated the reduction of emissions and improved fuel efficiency by addition of the Smart Emissions Reducer onto a new Cummings diesel engine.

“The total emissions averaged over the 6 modes tested in the categories of CO, K/M, and N% were decreased by 22%, 25% and 18% respectively,” noted Dr. Corrado, “There was a decrease in Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (BSFC) of 2.3%, which is equivalent to the corresponding improvement of fuel efficiency.”

“Conservative projections of the fuel economy savings resulting from addition of the Smart Emissions Reducer estimates an ROI of 1.2 years and a total of 10,000 liters (2641 gallons) of fuel over the expected lifespan of the SER,” continued Corrado.

Mr. Jiang and Keshi offered to enter into the next phase of testing with Extreme Energy Solutions Smart Emissions Reducer program. “We will agree to purchase a small rolling production of the SER devices andhave them installed in the field. If we find similar results as the lab, we will want to deploy the technology throughout China,” stated Jiang at a recent meeting held at his facility in Changzhou.

KeshiMineTesting1“We are honored to partner with Keshi, and are very pleased that Keshi and Extreme are working together on solutions for Chinas pollution problems that are a result of harmful vehicle emissions,” Burlum contributed, This partnership is good for China and good for America. Keshi is proving it is helping China address some of its pressing national air quality concerns, while further validating the SER technology.”

“A long term agreement with Keshi would mean that our company is providing a valuable export to China, thus we would need to increase domestic jobs to meet the demand,” said Samuel Burlum.

The Smart Emissions Reducer, (initially branded as the Intercharger) was first introduced to the taxi and delivery vehicle fleet market by Extreme Energy Solutions in 2010. It was approved for use by the New York City Taxi and Limo Commission. Later, it tested by Roush Industries on gasoline powered vehicles. Tests in the Roush labs demonstrated the SER could deliver up to a 7.5% increase in fuel efficiency and up to a 65% reduction in emissions. To learn more about Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc. you can visit their website at www.ExtremeEnergySolutions.net or call them toll free at 1­800-­EES-­TEAM.

Ogdensburg Company to Help Philly Go Green

March 12, 2013  Ogdensburg, NJ

Syndicated from The Advertiser News South-

ppa120The Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) is attempting to become more environmentally friendly, while saving some green at the gas pump, with their vehicle fleet. A selected group of PPA vehicles have been chosen to be retrofitted with the SMART Emissions Reducer as a 90 day study, to see if the SMART Emissions Reducer will help the PPA lower harmful emissions of vehicles they already have on the road.

SMART Emissions Reducer offers the side benefit of fuel savings, assisting the PPA in some budget relief at the fuel pump. The trial began on March 11.

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. of Ogdensburg and Corporate Partner SMART Air Fuel Saver LLC, has dispatched their top technical team to handle the initial installation of the devices.

Overseeing the project is John Primerano, Regional Representative for Extreme and Ken Henshaw, Fleet Manager for the PPA. Both teams will monitor the performance of the SMART device from an administrative and technical perspective, with input from the PPA, where officials will report back their fuel economy results.

Primerano, with Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., says, “Should the vehicles experience the expected lower emissions and fuel savings numbers, as the SMART devices have delivered in the past, it would be a major win for the City of Philly to have technology that can deliver real green benefits and aid in reducing City budget costs”. Primerano is also a resident of Philadelphia.

At the conclusion of the testing, emissions and fuel economy data will be reviewed. Upon completion of the review, the PPA will have an option to explore retrofitting their remaining fleet vehicles.

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. CEO/President, Samuel K. Burlum, who also is the Vice President of SMART Air Fuel Saver LLC, said that he was looking forward in partnering with the City of Philadelphia in testing the SMART device.

“Our company is confident that the trial program will demonstrate positive results for the PPA, and are proud to partner with an agency that has taken the initiative to explore ways to lessen their carbon footprint, while saving taxpayer dollars,” said Burlum.

You can check out the behind the scenes interview with Samuel Burlum, PPA, and 1060 AM News by clicking here.

Extreme Energy Solutions Inc., was recently featured on Today in America, hosted and narrated by Football Legend and Sports Commentator Terry Bradshaw. Extreme will also be highlighted at the World Green Energy Symposium, this year held at Hunter College, in New York City, March 26.

For more about SMART Emissions Reducer, visit smartafs.com, or www.extremeenergysolutions.net or call 973-209-3450.