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Diesel will continue to be a key player in the future even as competition grows from alternative fuels and policy makers plan new environmental regulations.
That was the message at a virtual event where representatives from Cummins Inc. and other industry leaders, including John Deere and Neste, discussed some of the forces they believe will shape the future of the diesel industry, including the development of new technology, regulatory changes and shifting customer demands.
The event was held online Tuesday by the Diesel Technology Forum, which describes itself on its website as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of diesel engines, fuel and technology.
Cummins, based in Columbus, is developing new technologies that complement its internal combustion engines and is seeing increased interest from customers who have their own sustainability goals and want to achieve zero emissions, said Wayne Eckerle, vice president of research at Cummins, who participated in the event.
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