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COMMERCIAL VEHICLES: PLANNING FOR NEW CO2 AND NOX EMISSION REGULATIONS
Diesel engines have powered medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles for the last 100-plus years. And while electrification is on the rise, diesel will remain the dominant player in commercial vehicle transportation for the next few decades. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), along with local and regional regulators, will soon increase already stringent carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions regulations. This will create new challenges for truck manufacturers in terms of cold engine start-up and low-load operation. With that, OEMs will need a plan to incorporate new technologies into their diesel engines and to adopt new electric commercial vehicle (ECV) powertrain options that champion greater fuel efficiency, lower transportation costs and reduce toxic emissions for a healthier, more sustainable environment. READ MORE