New Engine Technology Forum Debuts
New Entity Evolves from the Diesel Technology Forum
Washington, D.C., Oct. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Board of Directors of the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF) is pleased to announce that effective October 2, 2023, the DTF has evolved into the Engine Technology Forum, Inc. (ETF).
Building off of two-plus decades of success around the transformation of diesel technology, the scope, mission, and vision of the organization have expanded.
This change recognizes the new opportunities and challenges for diesel as well as other internal combustion engines, and fuels in powering key sectors of the global economy while contributing to reduced greenhouse gases and other emissions.
“Internal combustion engines (ICE) like diesel, gasoline, and natural gas are the fundamental power behind our economy and mobility. Continued innovations in efficiency, lower emissions, new engine designs, and new fuels offer tremendous promise for the future of ICE technology and helping meet our societal goals,” says ETF Executive Director Allen Schaeffer.
The new Engine Technology Forum is a place for fact-based discussions as well as debate about all options for meeting our energy, environmental, and economic goals. ETF will work with all stakeholders including government, industry, environmental, and community groups seeking solutions to reduce greenhouse gas and other emissions. ETF’s work encompasses freight transport, agriculture, construction, mining, as well as other industrial and commercial applications.
“There are many pathways to a reduced carbon future, and we should embrace all of them. Some technologies like internal combustion engines and cleaner fuels are more certain and available today, while others may hold greater promise for the future. Members of the new ETF are leaders in both advanced internal combustion engines and zero emissions technologies that provide the best solutions for their customers,” says Schaeffer.
ETF’s members represent all aspects of internal combustion engine industry including engine, vehicle, and equipment manufacturers, emissions control and other component suppliers, as well as petroleum, renewable fuel producers, specialty chemical companies along with their allied organizations.
Through education, outreach, research, and collaboration, ETF, a 501c(6) organization will raise awareness that internal combustion engines, vehicles, equipment, and technology using renewable and other fuels, are valued options that can contribute to decarbonizing key sectors of the economy. The Forum will share news about the innovations in internal combustion engines, vehicles, technology and fuels through its various educational outreach campaigns, events, and its new website.
Engine Technology Forum members include; AGCO, Caterpillar, Chevron’s Renewable Energy Group, Clean Fuels Alliance America, Cummins, FPT Powertrain Technologies, General Motors, Innospec, Isuzu, John Deere, Johnson Matthey, Kubota Engine America, mtu-a Rolls-Royce solution, Neste, Stanadyne, Stellantis, Tenneco, Umicore, Volvo, Western States Petroleum Association, and Yanmar.
About the Engine Technology Forum
Founded on the principles of fact-based education, science, outreach and collaboration, the Engine Technology Forum is dedicated to promoting a greater understanding of the benefits of advanced internal combustion engines and the fuels that they use and how these contribute to a sustainable future. Please join us. We also invite you to connect with us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Sign up for our digital newsletter, too.
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