Industry leaders explored technology development, regulatory influences and customer demands driving the powertrains for the future.
A look into the remarkable advancements that will enable diesel’s continued role as a key technology across all applications.
Reducing environmental and climate impacts and meeting customer demands for more efficiency and productivity is the challenge for the future. How will future improvements in engine efficiency deliver fuel savings and emission reductions? What are the benefits of utilizing advanced renewable biofuels and what impact do they play on sustainability efforts? How will advancements in hybridization impact the bottom line for fleets?
The session featured speakers from industry leaders Cummins, John Deere and renewable fuels provider Neste and explored technology development, regulatory influences and customer demands driving the powertrains for the future.
Download the presentation - Future of Diesel Part 2 Presentation
- Wayne Eckerle, Vice President of Research, Cummins
- Carrie Song, Vice President of Renewable Diesel, Neste
- Michael Lefebvre, Worldwide Manager - Marketing, John Deere Power Systems
Check out the Future of Diesel Part 1: Greater Efficiency and Lower Emissions