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Meet the 4 Clean-Tech Innovations that will Drive Manufacturing Efficiency Gains

Meet the 4 Clean-Tech Innovations that will Drive Manufacturing Efficiency Gains

A new program embeds innovators in a national laboratory where they will develop environmentally sustainable and energy-efficient technologies that drive manufacturing growth.

Cummins Engine

Cummins-led Team to Develop Plug-in Hybrid Truck that Reduces Fuel Use by 50%

Cummins says it will develop a Class 6 commercial plug-in hybrid electric vehicle — these are typically buses or single-axle work trucks — that reduces fuel consumption by at least 50 percent compared to conventional medium-duty trucks. This is thanks to a $4.5 million grant, awarded by the US Department … Read more »

Argone scientist

Ford, FCA, DOE Team Up on Dual-Fuel Vehicle Technology

Ford and fellow automaker FCA US have partnered with the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory to study dual-fuel vehicles. The research focuses on exploring technical concepts and development of engine technology that simultaneously uses natural gas and traditional gasoline to maximize the best characteristics of both fuels, while … Read more »

Tool Helps Biofuel Developers Analyze Water Use

Tool Helps Biofuel Developers Analyze Water Use

A new version of an online tool created by the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory will help biofuel developers analyze water consumption of various types of feedstocks, aiding development of sustainable fuels that will reduce impact on limited water resources. The newest version of the Water Assessment for … Read more »

FedEx Fuel Efficient Vehicle

FedEx Fleet Adds 1,900 Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

FedEx Express has added 1,900 fuel-efficient vehicles to its fleet. The company says the new vehicles move it closer toward its goal to improve the fuel efficiency of its vehicle fleet 30 percent by 2020, against a 2005 baseline. In 2008, FedEx set what it says was the US transportation … Read more »