King of the road for decades when it comes to powering trucks, diesel will not easily nor soon fall from its throne despite the inroads alternative fuels are making into its territory. There are both near- and long-term reasons to argue that the altern. . .
BOSTON - Natural gas vehicles (NGVs) on the road in the world’s seven largest automobile markets will reach only 7.5 million as the industry struggles to capitalize on cheap shale-driven natural gas, Lux Research said. “Cheap natural gas is disrupting . . .
(TV news story) With 20 to 40 percent greater fuel efficiency than traditional gasoline engines, can clean diesel technology compete in the transportation market? During today's OnPoint, Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Foru. . .
More than 50,000 high-polluting diesel engines have been cleaned up or removed from U.S. roads in a federal program designed to reduce smog and greenhouse gases, according to a new Environmental Protection Agency report to Congress. While industry and env. . .
The average car sold in the EU in 2012 was 9% more fuel-efficient than the average three years before, according to a report from the European Environment Agency (EEA). The EEA claims that improved technology and an increase in the share of diesel car. . .