Zöld Levegő develops catalytic converter as part of HUF 886 mln R&D project
Hungaryʼs Zöld Levegő Project has developed a catalytic converter that can reduce bus emissions by 80-90% as part of an HUF 886 million R&D project, the company told Hungarian news agency MTI.
Zöld Levegő Projekt won a HUF 694 mln European Union and state grant for the project, in which it partnered with the National Research and Professional Consulting Institute, a non-profit company.
The company is now working on establishing an R&D center to develop devices that reduce emissions in the framework of a HUF 1.4 billion project. Some HUF 994 mln in grant money is being used to support the project.
Zöld Levegő was established by Kőrös Volán, a member of the state-owned Volán group of bus companies, together with K&Q and Kat Tech in 2012.
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