Funds can be spent on projects that replace high-emitting diesels with cleaner diesel technology or engines that run on other fuels.…
February 13, 2017 | Green Car Reports
A prominent lobbying group believes environmental remediation funds from Volkswagen diesel settlements should be spent on new "clean" diesel vehicles.
The settlement for 2.0-liter TDI cars approved last year requires VW to pay $2.7 billion into a trust, managed by a third party.
The Diesel Technology Forum believes replacing older diesel engines in commercial vehicles with new "near-zero"-emissions versions would be the most efficient use of that money.