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Energy Savings and Climate Benefits of New Clean Diesel Technology Highlighted For California Energy Commission Panel

August 1, 2013 // Market Watch

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The increasing market acceptance of advanced clean diesel technology in passenger vehicles and heavy duty trucks will play a major role in helping California achieve future fuel savings and climate objectives, according to new research presented today by the Diesel Technology Forum to the California Energy Commission.

"As California policymakers evaluate future transportation fuels and technologies, this new research underscores the key role for clean diesel technology in saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions in both passenger cars and heavy duty applications," Allen Schaeffer, the Executive Director of the Diesel Technology Forum told members of the commission.

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Today's clean diesel heavy-duty trucks are 98 percent cleaner than those made 10 years ago.