In a clear majority, 17 of 22 Northern California public bus agencies have advised the state that their new bus purchases over the next five to 10 years will be new “clean diesels” rather than compressed natural gas (CNG)-powered, according to information from the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF) made up of diesel engine, fuel and supplier companies. The low emissions achieved by the new diesels are attributed to the latest engine technology, including high-pressure injection, diesel fuel ...

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