A Change of Heart

A Change of Heart

Before having a change of heart and deciding to repower his K104 Kenworth with a Cummins X15 Euro 3 engine, Jason Cocks weighed up all the economics in what eventually became a clear-cut verdict.
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Target Market for Alternative Power

Target Market for Alternative Power

Looking at the different segments into which zero emission trucks are going to be sold, the obvious target market for alternative power is going to be the urban delivery segment which represents the largest share of new truck sales in Australia.
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Diesel Engines Will be With Us For at Least the Next 50 Years

Diesel Engines Will be With Us For at Least the Next 50 Years

“Diesel engines will be with us for at least the next 50 years,” reckons Des Evans OBE, who together with his twin brother Dennis Evans co-wrote the book The Road to Zero Emissions. This bold statement is an example of how passionate the two men are about the combustion engine, and how at odds they are with the UK Government’s current strategy towards reaching net carbon zero.
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Future Product from Cummins

Future Product from Cummins

Looking into the crystal ball for engine maker Cummins, Andrew Booth, Manager On-Highway Business Cummins WA, was speaking at the Australian Livestock and Rural Transporters Association event about future product from Cummins.
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ToYA’s transformative transmission

ToYA’s Transformative Transmission

One of the stand-outs in the design in the Truck of the Year Australasia is its auto option, the Endurant XD, ToYA’s transformative transmission, which takes the Kenworth K220 into new territory.
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a messy middle of uncertainty on zero carbon

A Messy Middle of Uncertainty on Zero Carbon

The fact that zero emission technologies are all new, in development and likely to need serious investment to get up and running and mature for our market, means that there is going to be a messy middle of uncertainty on zero carbon and a long period before the picture clears and the road to low emissions becomes much clearer
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