The use of diesel vehicles could save California 141 million gallons (534 million liters) of gasoline by 2010 and up to 930 million gallons (3.52 billion liters) by 2030, concludes a study by M. Cubed, an economics and policy research firm in Davis, CA. “Clean diesel technology is a proven, efficient and readily available solution for California’s interest in reducing petroleum consumption,” says Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Forum, a sponsor of the research. ...
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