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If diesel is less polluting…

Energy transition of Class II, switching to gas while maintaining a share of the latest generation diesel can generate fewer emissions than a rapid consecration of the LNG. The Politecnico di Milano has studied the guidelines for the renewal of the fleet

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Nikola is now part of the CNH Industrial family

It is still early to evaluate the impact that Nikola will have on Iveco and Fpt Industrial. For sure, Nikola will contribute technologies for the european joint venture with CNH Industrial that will include fuel-cell expertise, e-axles, inverters, independent suspension, on-board hydrogen fuel stora...

Duramax 3.0 L from General Motors and FEV

Duramax 3.0 L, the new diesel engine for heavy applications Through the new Duramax 3.0 L, General Motors (GM) in collaboration with the FEV decided to develop a diesel engine for heavy applications (light-duty pickups and trucks) that can easily comply with demanding emission limits. Given the purp...

ABB and ASSURED: charging infrastructures standardization

ABB is part of ASSURED consortium, that has developed a new strategy that will bring public transport market another step forward in the standardization of ebus charging infrastructure. Next steps are occurring since the last quarter of 2019. The four-year project, funded by the European Union under...

Rolls-Royce supports power-to-x initiative in Brandenburg

Green fuels are very likely the future, on this thought Rolls-Royce decided to support research in the Lausitz region of eastern Germany together with the State of Brandenburg, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus and other industrial partners. The agreement was signed between Andreas Schell...

Scania’s 13-liter reached 400 kW

The range of 13-liter Scania engines was able to celebrate the introduction of the 400 kW version. The new engine is mainly designed for applications and customers that require high power and adequate reliability combined with sensitivity to the workload or weight limitations on the front axle. The ...

Cummins is “six” steps ahead on clean diesel

Cummins is now going to take a further step in terms of Euro VI emissions control. Clean diesels now will answer to the more stringent Phase-D regulation, following a two-year development and test programme. The B4.5, B6.7 and L9 engines with a 112 to 298 kW range for bus and coach applications will...

Nuvera and engines 2.0: between hydrogen and fuel cells

At this year’s F-cell+HFC event in Canada, Nuvera held a seminar that highlighted the use of fuel cells for port operations management. The role played by hydrogen and fuel cells in the transformation of the transport sector has been one of the main topics at several international meetings in ...

Toyota and ENI together on the way to hydrogen in Italy

Toyota Motor Italia and Eni have announced the start of a collaboration to accelerate the spread of hydrogen mobility in Italy. The first phase of the project involves the opening of a hydrogen refueling point at the new Eni service station in San Donato Milanese (Milan). The new station will be a m...

Ecospray “green” point of view from Viareggio

Ecospray Technologies mission is to make the toxic hemisphere of exhaust gases more “green”. Nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, graphite residues. Consolidated skills in the industrial sector that Ecospray intends to bring to nautical applications. We talked about it in Viareggio, at the Ve...

The sustainable side of Fpt engines

Fpt Industrial presented its sustainable engines and strategy at Biogas Summit 2019 In order to develop its commitment to sustainable development, about which we already discussed in previous posts here on Diesel International, Fpt Industrial decided to take part in the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Wo...
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