September 16, 2013
The G Series will initially be manufactured at the Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Co., serving customers on a global basis. Production will start during the first half of 2014.
July 18, 2013
The engine and fuel system may now be purchased and used in all 50 states and Canada for up to 33,000 lbs. gross vehicle weight ratio.
August 23, 2012
In addition to meeting EPA 2013 requirements, the Cummins engines meet the 2014 Fuel Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Regulations in 2013, a full year early.
April 24, 2012
States, tribes, local governments, and non-profits are eligible to apply for these grants. Projects can reduce air pollution from older school buses, transit buses, heavy-duty diesel trucks, marine engines, locomotives and other diesel engines. The closing date for receipt of proposals is June 4, 2012.
August 11, 2011
Company collaborated with other engine and vehicle manufacturers, technology suppliers, fleets and environmental organizations to provide input.
August 9, 2011
Under the new national program, buses and trucks built in 2014 through 2018 will reduce oil consumption by a projected 530 million barrels and greenhouse gas pollution by approximately 270 million metric tons. The standards are expected to yield an estimated $50 billion in net benefits over the life of model year 2014 to 2018 vehicles.
March 15, 2011
Earned the designation as part of a larger effort to attain a LEED certification for Gateway Headquarters under the U.S. Green Building Council's Existing Building Operations and Maintenance category.
January 24, 2011
ISX11.9 and ISL9 engines provide a power range that is well suited for motorcoach applications and are certified to meet EPA and California Air Resources Board 2010 emissions regulations, while delivering better performance and better reliability.
October 25, 2010
Projected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 250 million metric tons and save 500 million barrels of oil over the lives of the vehicles produced within the program's first five years.
October 21, 2010
Over the past year, HUD, DOT and EPA have worked together to promote better outcomes for communities and more effective federal investments through better targeted federal resources, removal of existing federal regulatory and policy barriers to smart and sustainable development, as well as aligned agency priorities that will ensure lasting collaboration.
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