DETROIT – Officials from Cummins Inc. and the California Air Resources Board agree to disagree on some issues when it comes to diesels, but still were able to share a few laughs following the sparring at a panel at this week’s Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress here. John Wall, Chief Technical Officer of diesel-engine producer Cummins Inc., and Tom Cackette, chief deputy executive officer of the diesel-doubting CARB, debated the technology alongside Kevin DeHart of Robert Bosch ...
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