BAF Technologies, the natural gas vehicle (NGV) conversion subsidiary of Clean Energy Fuels Corp., has acquired ServoTech Engineering Inc., an auto emissions solutions provider.
ServoTech, which has been in business since 1987, has focused on providing OEMs and retrofitters with R&D and testing services, software design and development, engine management systems, and technical training and education. The company also designs and manufactures emissions control systems for engine test cells, including a NOx controller, catalytic converters and electronic controls.
‘ServoTech's long-term relationship with Ford will support BAF in developing calibrations more efficiently going forward,’ explains John Bacon, president of BAF. ‘We expect this will enable BAF to have CARB- and EPA-approved vehicles on the road faster than ever.’
BAF was the first compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle conversion company to be recognized as a Ford Qualified Vehicle Modifier for gaseous fuels. The company, which boasts a CNG service network of 65 Ford dealers nationwide, recently notched its 20,000th CNG conversion.