Scania is switching to renewable bioethanol from fossil-based diesel for its own goods transport services at its production facilities in Södertälje, Sweden, to reduce emissions by approximately 70%. The OEM says the eight ethanol trucks now being put into operation will contribute to a decrease in CO2 emissions equal to …
This article is available only to members of Automotive World. If you are already a member, please login to your account.
Membership starts at just $2.18 per day for access to all Articles, eMagazines, and Webinars.