Severe cuts in diesel-vehicle oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions could have counterproductive consequences for air quality, a new soon-to-be-released report will claim. A spokesman for National Renewable Energy Laboratory says the new analysis – sponsored by the U.S Dept. of Energy, along with funds from the Coordinating Research Council and the Auto/Oil Program – shows the proposed 2007 federal NOx limits for diesel-powered vehicles “would increase rather than decrease urban ozone ...
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