At the Environmental Protection Agency’s 10th annual West Coast Collaborative meeting the Diesel Technology Forum highlighted the evolution of diesel power as workhorse and economic engine through the transformation to near zero emissions with a future focus to help California and the nation meet energy and climate goals.
Clean diesel is a national success story and for the last 10 years the West Coast Collaborative has played a key role in bringing stakeholders together,” said Allen Schaeffer, Executive Director of the Diesel Technology Forum. “This will form a solid foundation for the future as attention shifts to increasing the penetration of new technology diesel engines and reducing carbon dioxide (C02) along with smog-precursor NOx. The inherent efficiencies of diesel technology coupled with the use of more renewable fuels and technology advances ensure it a continued key role in the future for California and beyond.
Schaeffer appeared on a Clean Technologies Panel with