A new study released today by the Coordinating Research Council in cooperation with the Health Effects Institute highlights the robust low-emissions performance of the new generation of clean diesel technology manufactured starting in 2010. The study f. . .
With November 2013 proclaimed as Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month by President Barrack Obama, the Diesel Technology Forum today issued the following statement to recognize improvements made in clean diesel power that aide in strengthe. . .
Construction equipment used to repair and expand roads, highways and critical infrastructure will be getting cleaner thanks to an innovative new rebate program announced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
A new study of fuels and vehicles of the future predicts that diesel and gasoline will remain the predominant transportation fuels, and diesel cars could gain significant market share in the next ten years.
Washington, D.C. – Two highly successful air quality programs designed to lower emissions from older diesel engines were included in a major legislative package signed into law by Californian Governor Jerry Brown on September 28, 2013.
Washington, D.C. – A webinar this Friday - September 27th - will provide an understanding of the important issues surrounding the use of emergency backup power systems for emergency preparedness and disaster response. Experts from MTU Onsite Energy – a le. . .
Washington, D.C. – A U.S. Senate panel today heard testimony highlighting the emissions benefits in reducing black carbon that are accruing across the U.S. from the increased use and availability of clean diesel technology in transportation, construction,. . .
Washington, D.C. – A free webinar that will examine the specific pros and cons of current emergency backup power equipment and the importance of determining site selection for emergency equipment will be sponsored by the Diesel Technology Forum on Septemb. . .
Washington, D.C. – August was a robust month for passenger vehicle sales in the United States and clean diesel and hybrid cars were no exception, with diesels showing a 41.8 percent increase compared to August 2012 and hybrids experiencing a 38.1 percent . . .