Washington, D.C. – With diesel fuel prices dipping to the lowest levels since 2009 the U.S. vehicle market is prime for potential market increases as several new 2016 clean diesel cars and pickup trucks prepare to hit showrooms in the coming months, accor. . .
While EPA will be hearing about technologies to meet proposed "Phase 2" fuel economy standards, let's not forget we are already one-and-a-half years into the first ever fuel economy rules, the "Phase 1" standards, for heavy-duty vehicles. Engine and vehic. . .
Washington, D.C. – This month’s 10-year anniversary of the United States-India Partnership highlights shared strategies for advancing economic opportunity and collaborating on climate change and clean air. Transportation fuels and vehicle technology - par. . .
Washington, D.C. – This week’s $395 million agreement for the purchase of 772 clean diesel commuter coaches by New Jersey Transit – America’s third largest provider of bus, rail and light rail transit – is yet another example of major transit agencies rec. . .
It takes over 60 new heavy-duty trucks to generate the same emissions as a single truck manufactured in 1988. In fact, emissions sensing technology has almost reached its current ability to detect criteria pollutants from the tailpipe of a new truck. Truc. . .
As world leaders prepare for the next round of climate negotiations to take place in Paris in December, clean diesel technology will be an important feature to demonstrate future carbon reductions from the U.S. With access to cleaner diesel fuels, other . . .
This week is a big week for environment policy. On Monday, the President's Climate Action Plan celebrated its second birthday. That plan outlines a broad set of regulatory and diplomatic action to cut carbon emissions broadly from small passenger cars to. . .
Washington, D.C. - The latest near-zero emissions and fuel savings technologies will be on display at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Sustainable Transportation Day June 22nd at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The event will feature Freightliner’s S. . .
Washington, D.C. – Emissions are going down and fuel savings and greenhouse gas emissions benefits are going up in the nation’s commercial trucking fleet as more truckers invest in new technology clean diesel engines, according to new research released to. . .