New technologies need to demonstrate reliability and durability for long ocean voyages before there will be widespread adoption…
January 11, 2022 | FleetOwner
“Diesel will continue to be the dominant technology for the foreseeable future,” according to the Diesel Technology Forum.
Government regulations and societal pressures are focusing on reducing emissions from diesel-powered vehicles. Significant reductions have already been realized in particulate matter and nitrogen oxides (NOx). In fact, the Diesel Technology Forum found that 49% of all diesel-powered commercial vehicles in the U.S. are fueled by clean-diesel engine technology. That percentage is likely to rise as older vehicles are replaced with newer, cleaner ones.
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Getting more advanced diesel technology buses in service and replacing the old ones as fast as possible will do more for air quality, children’s health and climate far faster than getting a token few electric buses to satisfy a movement…
Recent News | 05/11/22
Research shows that for the first time, more than half of all diesel commercial vehicles on the road in the US are advanced diesel technology models…