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Improving Air Quality in Delhi: Lessons Learned in the United States
July 27, 2015 // Diesel Technology Forum

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New Clean Diesel Cars See a Future in Paris; Statement on the New Energy Transition Law
February 10, 2015 // Diesel Technology Forum

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Clean Diesel Technology Can Help Improve France’s Air Quality
December 3, 2014 // Diesel Technology Forum

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Airbus Starts Work On A Hybrid Diesel Electric 100 Seat Plane
July 30, 2015 // VR World

The new regional plane, as it is being designed right now, is leaning towards a diesel-electric concept with a diesel-hybrid engine powering two large-diameter e-Fans in what will probably be a carbon tube with solar panels on top, in order to maximize el. . .  read more

Rolls-Royce Power Systems invests in R&D for MTU Engines
July 27, 2015 // Port News

A special feature of the new testing facility is the gallery that has been erected above each test stand booth. This will play a role in the development of exhaust aftertreatment systems: "Exhaust aftertreatment is one of our technologies for MTU engines.. . .  read more

Global revenue for Gensets to reach $68 billion in 2024, says report
July 24, 2015 // ESI Africa

Global revenue from the installation of diesel generators is estimated to grow from $41.3 billion (ZAR513 billion) in 2015 to $67.5 billion (ZAR851 billion) in 2024 according to a new report released by Navigant Research. The US, China, and India have . . .  read more

Are Small Diesels the Future of Transportation?
July 24, 2015 // Engineering.com

BorgWarner’s new series turbocharging technology proves internal combustion engines are far from dead in a world of automotive power plant technology.  read more

Diesels easily trump gas for total cost of ownership
July 17, 2015 // Auto Blog

Buyers shouldn't let some initial sticker shock dissuade them from buying a diesel model, according to the latest research. Following up on a study from 2013, the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute continues to find that paying the e. . .  read more

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