Jericho, NY (PRWEB) October 9, 2009
Alternative Fuel Technologies Inc., announced today that the Korean Institute for Energy Research (KIER) has chosen AFTC's DME fuel injection technology for their upcoming R&D project.
KIER is interested in lowering emissions and cleaning up pollution in the country of Korea as well as decreasing the need for dependency on other countries for oil.
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