December 02, 2013 | Diesel Technology Forum
11:30am-1:30pm (Boxed Lunch Served)
Diesel cars, pickups and SUVs are growing in popularity with consumers and manufacturers are planning to meet this demand. Analysts predict that diesels will make up anywhere from 4 percent to nearly 18 percent of the market by 2023 beating other alternative powertrains. While diesels prove popular with drivers they also promote energy independence, fuel efficiency and result in significant emissions reductions.
We invite you to learn more about what’s behind this growth in the light-duty diesel market, its many economic and clean air benefits, and why diesel is important to many auto manufacturers’ vehicle line-up. You will also get the details on many challenges to growing the diesel market from motor fuels tax policy to local initiatives and policy options to help promote this alternative powertrain.
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Date: Dec 12, 2013
Location: 2456 Rayburn HOB Washington, DC