This week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” looks at the non-electric vehicle low emission transport options that caught our readers’ attention.
Browsing the "Diesel" Tag
German Chancellor Angela Merkel Talks Tough on Diesel, ICE Phase-out just days after “diesel summit” to save diesel engined cars.
What is the Difference Between Gas and Diesel Engines? You can find the answer to that little-known question in this instructional video!
By changing the shape of its trucks’ pistons, the New Volvo Wave Piston boosts Diesel Power while increasing MPG and cutting emissions.
Volvo Quits Diesel development. The Chinese-owned company now Shifts its Focus to electrification and hybridization for the future.
The diesel emissions scandal that rocked Volkswagen to the tune of tens of billions of dollars last year continues to send shock waves throughout the company. VW has all but cancelled its entire diesel vehicle line-up, its subsidiary, Audi, has cancelled its all-conquering LeMans program, and now, rumor are swirling that Volkswagen will sell off […]
Gas2 Week in Review, February 25: Tesla’s Model 3, Uber’s Gender Problems, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, and Lots More
This week’s Gas2 review zooms in on production dates for Tesla’s newest vehicle, a drone that delivers, the Trump administration stepping on modernizing the CA rail system, and more.
Navigant Research says that electric truck sales will increase tenfold in ten years. Partly that surge will be caused by tougher emissions standards but partly it will be due to electric trucks providing fleet operators with a higher return on investment compared to diesel powered trucks.
New Diesel Emission Policies in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal have Killed off the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300d in the US.
Ryan Popple, CEO of Proterra, the electric bus company, sat down with Important Media head Scott Cooney to talk about the future of transportation and how to run a successful company that focuses on sustainability.
DHL has designed and developed an electric delivery van for intra-urban use. It plans to begin manufacturing them and selling them to other companies starting in 2017.
Even though VW is getting all the negative headlines, Renault failed its diesel emissions test, too, and is hoping new technology will help fix the problem.