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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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Port of Oakland diesel emissions way down, world takes note
June 24, 2015 // Port of Oakland

UC Civil and Environmental Engineering Prof. Robert Harley said state and Port programs have modernized Oakland’s harbor truck fleet. The result: not only are black carbon emissions plummeting, but nitrogen oxides, which create ozone, are down 53 percent.. . .  read more

“E-Diesel” May Be The “Fuel of the Future"
June 13, 2015 // Truck Trend Magazine

A brand-new fuel made from CO2, water, and electricity called “e-diesel” has been invented, and the first 5 liters went straight into the tank of an Audi A8 3.0L TDI this April. That diesel-powered luxury sedan belongs to Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka, the Fede. . .  read more

$28.5 million for Upgrades to Diesel Generating Stations Across North
May 19, 2015 // Net News Ledger (Ontario, Canada)

The Federal Government is investing $28.5 million for the design and upgrades to diesel generating stations and fuel tank systems at core facilities through Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.  read more

Britain’s Cars Guzzle Record Diesel as Gasoline Loses Traction
May 14, 2015 // Bloomberg

Britain’s cars are guzzling diesel like never before, presenting a growing challenge to oil refineries that weren’t configured to maximize production of the fuel. The nation consumed 540,600 barrels a day of diesel in February, according to the most re. . .  read more

Toyota, Mazda Consider Sharing Fuel-Efficient Technologies
May 10, 2015 // The Wall Street Journal

Under consideration is a deal in which Toyota would offer its plug-in hybrid and fuel cell technologies to Mazda. In return, Mazda would provide its fuel-efficient gas and diesel engine technologies to Toyota, said the person who spoke on the condition of. . .  read more

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