Cummins Reaffirms Its Commitment to Renewable Fuels

Indiana [] In its reaffirmation to support of biodiesel fuel as a means to improve air quality and reduce the nation’s dependence on foreign oil through increased use of renewable fuel sources, Cummins Inc. approved use of B5 biodiesel (5 percent biodiesel; 95 percent petroleum diesel fuel mix) for use in its full line of on- and off-highway engines. It is the exclusive diesel engine supplier for the Dodge Ram, and the company also is supporting DaimlerChrysler in its recently announced development program to approve the use of B20 (20 percent biodiesel) fuel in select Dodge Ram trucks for the 2007 model year. Cummins, a founding member of the Diesel Technology Forum, endorsers of “clean diesel” efforts in the diesel engine industry. Diesel Technology Forum
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