SPECIAL REPORT: Study promotes more use of diesel vehicles in California to save fuel

10/14/2002
Encouraging use of more diesel-powered passenger vehicles in the California market could reduce fuel consumption in that state by 141 million gal/year in 2010, according to a new report by M.Cubed, an economics and policy research firm in Davis, Calif.That study—sponsored by the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF) representing manufacturers of diesel engines, fuel, and emissions control systems—found the state could cut consumption of "gasoline-equivalent fuel" by more than 530 million gal/ year if diesel-powered vehicles increase to 25% of the California vehicle market by 2030.A more aggressive push to increase diesel to 32% of the California's vehicle market—about the pe...
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