The race to slash GHG emissions is on, and it’s extending beyond the promise of future battery-electric trucks or hydrogen fuel cells.…
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Decades will pass before diesel disappears from our vocabulary, but transportation sectors now using diesel will migrate toward other energy sources in the coming years.
No single alternative energy source will dominate the energy landscape the way diesel fuel has for generations. In terms of cost, portability and energy density, diesel is the perfect fuel for heavy trucks.
Public and regulatory disdain for diesel might be driving the shift toward alternatives, but factors such as geography and climate, the availability of alternatives, and the practicality of any alternate in a given application should decide the winners and losers, not public opinion or activists’ favorites. Trucking needs not just one alternative fuel, but a little bit of everything to keep all its wheels turning as greenly as possible.
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... the need for immediate emissions reduction is not going anywhere. And it’s becoming clearer each day that biodiesel is an excellent way to meet demand.…
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