The Environmental Protection Agency partners with two auto suppliers in an effort to build a diesel hydraulic hybrid delivery truck and demonstrate its fuel-sipping and emissions-cutting potential by 2006. The partnership, which includes Eaton Corp. and International Truck and Engine Corp., looks to capitalize on an emerging technology invented and patented by the EPA’s Ann Arbor, MI, vehicle laboratory and displayed last year as a retrofitted prototype powerplant on a Ford Expedition ...

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