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Tenneco Showcases Large Engine SCR System for Marine Applications

Tenneco Showcases Large Engine SCR System for Marine Applications

Tenneco, a global supplier of clean air aftertreatment technologies, will showcase its complete urea dosing control, fluid handling and catalyst system for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) aftertreatment at the 2015 BariShip Maritime Fair in Imabari, Japan, May 21-23. The system is currently undergoing sea trials and is expected to be … Read more »

Environmental Executive Moves: Tenneco, Crosspoint Kinetics, Eco Vessel, Trucost

Here’s the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders. Tenneco: The automotive components and emissions products manufacturer has named Josep Fornos executive vice president, clean air. Fornos previously served as executive vice president, ride performance. Crosspoint Kinetics: The developer of reusable energy products has named Amy Dobrikova … Read more »

Tenneco Unveils Tier 3 Emission Control Technologies

Tenneco has exhibited a demonstration vehicle equipped with several emission control technologies designed to meet upcoming US EPA Tier 3 emissions regulations. In addition to meeting the Tier 3 emissions regulations, the technologies are designed to deliver efficiency improvements that can help automakers further reduce greenhouse gas emissions. US EPA … Read more »

Chinese Emissions Rules Spark Green Rush

Bill Gates-backed EcoMotors, Peugeot subsidiary Faurecia and Continental are among the vehicle emissions control firms jostling for the business being generated by regulations on diesel emissions set by the Chinese government, reports Reuters. Regulations come into force in January that aim to eliminate trucks that produce significant amounts of harmful … Read more »

VW Golf

Green Fleet Roundup: VW, GM, Alaska West, Pepsi, Tenneco

Volkswagen will sell electric cars in the US from 2015, the New York Times reports. The company aims to enter the US electric car market with a battery-powered version of its subcompact Golf model and would follow with more models if demand increases. The e-Golf — an electrified version of … Read more »