Diesel engine, component and fuels producers are hailing the U.S.’s forthcoming energy plan, which calls for tax incentives for buyers of current- and next-generation clean-burning diesel cars, trucks and utility vehicles. The energy bill, expected to be signed into law by President Bush, provides the same tax incentives to diesel buyers as those offered on hybrid-electric vehicles. “Congress and the president recognize the important role clean diesel technology will play in meeting ...
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