HOUSTON, TX–(Marketwire – Feb 9, 2012) – Ronn Motor Company (
Ronn Motor Company announced today that it is signing a pilot program with Roadhouse Coach to perform road tests of our proprietary H2GO Hydrogen Fuel Injection System. The program will generate fuel efficiency and emission data on a daily basis as the H2GO system operates in a real world environment.
Roadhouse Transportation is a Comfort, TX based company providing custom touring coach services since 1976, featuring a fleet of Prevost XL coaches. Roadhouse clients include Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, The Dave Matthews Band and ZZ Top to name a few. Roadhouse can undeniably claim their part and credit for all the recent innovations that have occurred in the last 35 years in the entertainer coach industry. www.roadhousecoach.com
“We are excited about working with such a high-profile transportation leader as Roadhouse in this pilot program,” said David McGee, CEO of Ronn Motor Company. “We believe the installation and implementation of our H2GO System on a Roadhouse’s premier Prevost XL coach will have a material impact on the operating costs they are incurring today as well as a significant reduction in harmful greenhouse gasses and other emissions.”
Mr. McGee also stated, “One of the opportunities we faced, since joining the RMC team, is developing a comprehensive pilot program that enables the company to fine tune our performance parameters for our over-the-road and marine applications. The data we will receive from this pilot, and subsequent programs we will sign in the next thirty days, enables the company to confidently mass produce units that will deliver the optimum performance for both increased fuel efficiencies and reduced emissions.”
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