A high-technology engine made its way from an airplane engine to a watertight tank in a water tank in the ocean.
The engine, a 1,100hp, diesel-electric hybrid, is part of a large project to make the world’s first ocean-going diesel-engine electric vehicle, a key component of a broader effort to reduce emissions of air pollutants, according to CTO of the engine, Joon Kyung-Woo.
This is a very, very ambitious project.
The project started with the idea of making the world a better place to live, and this is something that we are working on.
But also this is a project to improve the world, and to reduce pollution.
We are really focused on reducing the amount of pollutants that are coming into the atmosphere from the power plants.
So the engine has a lot of potential in the sea.
The technology is very well suited for this kind of application, and it is very, well suited to this kind, very small area of the world where we have very few pollution sources.
We’re currently using it to power our electric vehicles in the United States, and in the coming months, we will be able to make this engine available for other places.
We hope to make it available to other places in the world.
This project is an example of the way we can create an environment that is sustainable, and is sustainable for our future, he said.
The next step is to expand it into other areas, so we can use it for other applications.
The water tank was designed to house two tanks.
The first tank will hold about one ton of diesel fuel, which will be burned during the day and at night to produce power.
It’s expected to be finished by mid-2020, the CTO said.
The second tank will store the diesel fuel in a cool, vacuum-sealed container that can be opened at the end of the day to capture more of the gas, he added.
The system is expected to make up around 30 percent of the energy used by the vehicle, the company said.
It is the first of its kind in the U.S., and the first in the Pacific.
The company is working with the Marine Technology Development Organization, or MTTO, which has also been helping to develop the technology, the spokesman said.
He said the prototype will not be used in commercial applications until the second phase is completed.
The company expects the cost of the system to be about $1.8 million.
The prototype is expected in 2020.