The Department of Energy selects Cummins Engine Co. Inc. to participate in a project to reduce emissions and increase fuel economy of heavy-duty diesel engines in on-highway 18-wheel vehicles. Cummins will be awarded $5 million during the first year of the partnership, which is expected to continue through January 2006. The proposed heavy-duty diesel engines are targeted to exhibit superior fuel efficiency while reducing oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions and particulate matter 90% of ...

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