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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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Tavares (PSA) defends diesel before MPs
April 15, 2015 // Agence France-Presse

(Translated) The CEO of PSA Peugeot Citroën Carlos Tavares on Wednesday defended diesel to Members of Parliament, warning that diesel engines were essential to compliance with European objectives emissions.  read more

Carbon emissions from new cars in EU fall 2.6 pct in 2014 - report
April 15, 2015 // Reuters

OSLO, April 15 (Reuters) - Average carbon dioxide emissions from new cars sold in the European Union fell 2.6 percent last year, beating goals set for 2015 as part of efforts to slow climate change, the European Environment Agency (EEA) said on Wednesday.. . .  read more

Automakers defend diesels, call them key to meeting CO2 goals
April 13, 2015 // Automotive News Europe

Automakers argue that Euro 6 emissions standards that apply to new model cars that go on sale starting in September will make diesel emissions a non-issue. “The level of removal of pollutants in Euro 6 is phenomenal,” FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne told report. . .  read more

New Technologies Reduce Diesel Emissions to Near-Zero
April 6, 2015 // Design News

As I wrote in my last post, automakers are rolling out greater numbers of sleek light-duty vehicles that run on new clean diesel, or ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel, and have high-efficiency engine technologies that extract more BTUs than ever from a gallon . . .  read more

Cleaner diesel fuel introduced in Shenzhen
April 3, 2015 // Guangdong News (China)

Compared with National IV diesel fuel, the new variety, which is equivalent to the European IV standard, is expected to help reduce sulfur emissions by 80 percent, meaning a vehicle running on the new fuel emits five times less sulfur than one running on . . .  read more

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