A Research Partnership Between the Diesel Technology Forum and the Environmental Defense Fund
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March 11, 2019: New Research Doubles Service Life Estimate of Marine Workboat Engines, Reveals Big Opportunities for Diesel Emissions Reductions
March 8, 2018: Tug and Switcher Engine Upgrades Offer Most Cost-Effective Option for VW Funds, Research Shows
Diesel Technology Forum:
Sarah Dirndorfer, Director of Media Relations
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Environmental Defense Fund:
Sharyn Stein, Communications Director, Legal and Regulatory Affairs
Research Reports & Materials
January 22, 2019: "Impact of Updated Service Life Estimates on Harbor Craft and Switcher Locomotive Emission Forecats and Cost-Effectiveness" with Ramboll Environment & Health
January 9, 2018: "Emission Reductions and Cost Effectiveness for Marine and Locomotive Projects – Analysis Methodology" with Ramboll Environment & Health