Washington, D.C. - The Diesel Technology Forum issued the following statement in response to the revised national ambient air quality standard for ground level ozone issued by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. “Today’s announcement by EPA sets . . .
There appears to be strong evidence that clean diesel vehicles are delivering more than their promised clean air benefits. In fact, diesel engines examined in a recent study demonstrated NOx emissions 60 percent below the standard established for model ye. . .
Washington, D.C. - As part of National Preparedness Month, the Diesel Technology Forum will host a free webinar on Tuesday to provide an update on state plans to keep the lights on during severe weather events. Mobile and stationary diesel generators have. . .
As part of National Preparedness Month, we have organized a free webinar to provide you with an update on state plans to keep the lights on during severe weather events. When severe weather is forecasted, motorists need to get out of harm's way, emergency. . .
The circumstances involving a single manufacturer do not define an entire technology, or an industry. Vehicle manufacturers and engine makers have invested billions of dollars in research and development to successfully meet the most aggressive emissions . . .
Washington, D.C. – The financial and environmental benefits of advanced clean diesel technology and fuel will be the focus of a webinar on Wednesday presented by the Diesel Technology Forum as part of its Web Learning Seriesdesigned for policy makers, res. . .
While many retail fuel locations are - quite literally - sitting on top of fuel, without stationary or mobile generators these facilities cannot pump fuel for motorists and also first responder vehicles. In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, many impacted. . .
With September being designated as "National Preparedness Month" the Diesel Technology Forum is participating in the DHS and FEMA's national "Ready Campaign", which is geared towards building awareness and encouraging Americans to take steps to prepare fo. . .
Mobile and stationary diesel generators have long provided emergency backup power to critical facilities. In many instances, diesel is the preferred technology capable of providing necessary electrical load within 10 seconds of a power outage.