The school bus OEM’s new campaign presents information about various fuel options, focusing on advancements in diesel.
A pair of webinars will provide training on Workspace, which will be required for grant applicants starting Jan. 1.
The program will provide funding to replace pre-1994 diesel school buses in Southern California.
Monday, Oct. 2, became the “Trust Effective Date” for the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust. Now, states have 60 days to elect to become beneficiaries.
The agency is offering $20,000 per vehicle to replace older school buses and $6,000 for retrofits to reduce emissions.
The medium-duty diesel engine is expected to boost fuel economy, reliability, and serviceability, according to the manufacturer.
A public workshop will seek input on the state’s use of its $423 million share of the VW diesel settlement funding.
Allen Schaeffer, the executive director for the Diesel Technology Forum, shares insights on emission reductions, the VW settlement funds, and renewable diesel.
The current DERA grant opportunity triples from $11 million to $34 million, and the application deadline is extended to July 5.
The engine manufacturer officially endorses and recommends two Power Service products: Diesel Kleen and Diesel Fuel Supplement.
Thomas Built Buses is now offering a feature called Diesel Particulate Filter Temperature Stabilization, aka “Stay Warm,” on its buses with Cummins diesel engines.
Congress’ new appropriations bill for fiscal year 2017 includes $60 million for EPA’s clean diesel grant program.
Amid concerns about the fate of the DERA program, a new round of grants is made available to reduce emissions from older diesel vehicles, including school buses.