Through established remanufacturing and rebuilding practices, as well as the expanding use of renewable biodiesel fuels, diesel technology is well established in the circular economyLearn More
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Policy Insider | 06/21/22
Through established remanufacturing and rebuilding practices, as well as the expanding use of renewable biodiesel fuels, diesel technology is well established in the circular economy
Policy Insider | 06/14/22
Whether on the high seas, in the harbor, or transiting the North Pole or the vast inland waterways of the US, diesel engines are at work moving people and goods more efficiently, with lower emissions, than ever before
Policy Insider | 06/07/22
Diesel power is on the frontline helping to mitigate the risk to public health and safety when grid power is cut off and to fight wildfires
Policy Insider | 06/01/22
Diesel generators, used alone or as part of microgrid applications, are increasingly being fueled with renewable biobased diesel fuels that reduce carbon emissions by 50-86% and other emissions as well
Policy Insider | 05/24/22
The new generation diesels are so clean that grilling a 1/3-pound burger generates more particulate emissions than driving that new 18-wheeler diesel truck 142 miles
Policy Insider | 05/17/22
We’ll continue to rely on the continuous improvement of advanced diesel technology, getting even nearer to zero emissions and more fuel efficient, delivering important benefits as we journey to destination net zero
Policy Insider | 05/03/22
Policy Insider | 04/26/22
While the new trucks and advanced diesel engines are more powerful and efficient, truckers are in the same boat as everyone else; new vehicles are in short supply and more expensive
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Policy Insider | 03/28/22
While emerging technologies scale up, the newest generation of advanced diesel technology and renewable biodiesel fuels need to be embraced and take on more of a role now in cutting emissions
Policy Insider | 03/15/22
It is clear that we’re not done with enduring technologies that demonstrate continuous improvement of one man’s simple idea over 125 years ago, making the next generation of diesel even more energy efficient and lower in emissions
Policy Insider | 03/08/22
Even as zero emission technology becomes more feasible and available, and the infrastructure to support it evolves, diesel engines will continue to dominate the trucking sector for many years if not decades
Policy Insider | 03/01/22
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In the future, whether that be 2030 or beyond, one thing we can agree on is that it is reasonable to expect that our powertrain lineup for commercial trucks will be more eclectic than ever
Policy Insider | 02/08/22
Among alternative fueled vehicle sales in the fourth quarter of 2021, 36% were hybrid, 28% diesel, 27% battery electric and 9% were plug in hybrids
Policy Insider | 02/01/22Learn More
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A robust renewable fuels policy that recognizes today’s value and the future potential for expanded use of renewable fuels is no less important than writing a large $7.5 billion check for investments in infrastructure to boost electric or hydrogen fuel options. If we want to get working on decarbonizing transportation as soon as possible, we need a mix of options available as soon as possible, and thoughtful government policies to match. Afterall, we are all on the same decarbonization team.
Policy Insider | 01/10/22
Mobility, connectivity, and autonomy are currencies of the future and it so happens that today’s global leaders in advanced diesel engines and technology are also leading the way to the future
Policy Insider | 12/14/21
Diesel is the primary power source for over 90 percent of the nation’s transit bus fleet because of its energy efficiency, reliability, durability and performance, as well as overall economical ownership and operation
Policy Insider | 12/07/21
Take a look at the big picture of progress being made to reduce energy consumption and lower emissions beyond the highway. You’ll see why we’re charged up, on-track, well underway and soon ready to harvest more progress on our journey to the future.
Policy Insider | 11/30/21
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Whatever the project, there is an efficient, near-zero emission construction machine and skilled crew of contractors and operators ready to meet the challenge.
Policy Insider | 11/09/21
Roles for hybrids and hydrogen in internal combustion engines exist today and into the future. Low carbon, renewable and e-fuels can deliver meaningful carbon reductions from large numbers of existing vehicles.
Policy Insider | 10/26/21
Here’s a look at three sectors and insights on their current and future markets by leading analysts.
Policy Insider | 10/19/21Learn More
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Policy Insider | 09/28/21
The new Carbon Reduction Program created in the IIJA, and funded at $6.4 billion over five years, gives states funding to invest in eligible technology and projects including diesel engine retrofits as well as electrification and electric vehicle charging.
Policy Insider | 09/15/21
Having the right tools and technology that are reliable, available, and proven, that can get the job done during adverse conditions, is a core part of readiness and response.
Policy Insider | 08/27/21
If past accomplishments are any measure of future success, the diesel engine is poised to continue to deliver the goods and the benefits in the decades ahead.
Policy Insider | 08/26/21
Diesel is the gold standard for working in difficult conditions, when the most power is needed that can go deep into backcountry and work for hours, being highly mobile and untethered.
Policy Insider | 08/22/21
It is clear that the energy and fuel landscape is changing, and that there is no “perfect” fuel or technology. The questions are how fast does it change, how far and in what sectors, and what is required to get there?
Policy Insider | 08/16/21
With innovations in new power technologies and the ready and waiting opportunity to modernize and upgrade the existing fleet, there have never been more choices for improving the sustainability of passenger and freight rail.
Policy Insider | 08/10/21
When it comes to building things, diesel power is at the forefront, powering the majority of infrastructure-building construction machines and equipment.
Policy Insider | 06/14/21
Diesel is prime technology for governments, first responders & businesses in responding to increasingly frequent weather emergencies.
Policy Insider | 05/20/21
Continued stewardship of ICE technology is paramount to cleaner air & progress on reducing GHG emissions - OEMs continue to innovate & improve this workhorse.
Policy Insider | 05/04/21
To provide improvements in air quality for environmental justice communities, we need to weigh available near-term options against longer term solutions.
Policy Insider | 03/16/21
Continued innovation & investment in advanced diesel engines is essential for achieving near-term & long-term progress in meeting climate & environmental objectives.
Policy Insider | 03/15/21
Policy Insider | 03/09/21
Building the clean energy future depends on heavy-duty construction equipment, nearly all of which is powered by diesel.
Policy Insider | 02/23/21
Policy Insider | 01/27/21
A call to action for industry to make clear to new Biden administration that advanced diesel engines & renewable biofuels are key near-term strategies for U.S. to meet established climate goals & must be included in both domestic & international policy.
Policy Insider | 01/19/21
As manufacturers are hard at work developing zero-emissions solutions over next decade, introducing latest diesel options today can provide significant clean air benefits.
Policy Insider | 01/06/21
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Latest advancements in efficient diesel engines coupled with state-of-the-art energy storage systems deliver powerful hybrids that get job done while reducing emissions.
Policy Insider | 11/17/20
Rather than having a “sell by“ date, diesel will remain as the dominant technology moving the nation’s freight for decades to come.