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Reducing Emissions

Rapidly accelerating the turnover of the existing fleet to the newest generation of diesel technology, as well as expanding the use of low-carbon advanced biofuels, can deliver benefits today, and should not be overlooked, said the Diesel Technology Forum.

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Amp Americas Hits Clean Energy Milestone, Updates Leadership

Amp America has helped eliminate 500,000 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions, which is the equivalent of taking 100,000 cars off the road for one year. Additionally, Clay Walton has joined the company as vice president of RNG Services.

Why the Industry Is Transitioning to Synthetic Motor Oils

There are three key reasons why the transition to synthetic oils is occurring. They are the proliferation of smaller displacement turbocharged engines, escalating CAFE fuel economy requirements, and government regulations to lower tailpipe emissions.

Cummins Commits to Long-term Sustainability Plan: Planet 2050

Cummins is stepping up the fight against climate change and pollution with a series of short- and long-term goals that will produce reductions waste from its manufacturing facilities worldwide as well as strategies to reduce the carbon footprint from its internal combustion engine products.

43% of Commercial Trucks Now Using Cleaner Diesel Tech

Of the 11 million diesel-powered commercial (Class 3-8) vehicles on the road, new research from the Diesel Technology Forum shows that 43% are now using cleaner burning technology, including selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate control.