New technologies need to demonstrate reliability and durability for long ocean voyages before there will be widespread adoption…
February 09, 2022 | The Hill (Washington DC)
The global trucking industry is in the midst of a three-way battle over which engine type will dominate the coming carbon-conscious age: internal combustion, battery-electric or hydrogen fuel cell, according to industry experts.
The results of the heavy vehicle engine wars will determine the future of America's energy landscape, from filling stations and factories to pipelines and recycling.
Diesel's defending advantage: For all the hype around hydrogen and battery electric, diesel's dominance is tough to beat, argued Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Forum.
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