WASHINGTON, DC -- The Diesel Technology Forum, which recently met here, urged more use of "clean" diesel engines to reduce fuel used for transportation in the U.S. Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Washington-based forum, told the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation that diesels can cut fuel consumption by 30% to 60% over equivalent gasoline engines. He said that the savings would be especially felt in SUVs and light trucks. Schaeffer told the committee that ...
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