BorgWarner, a Michigan based automotive supplier, announced a partnership with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), to further develop Clean Diesel Combustion (CDC). CDC is a technology developed and patented by EPA, and is a possible approach to meeting EPA's future diesel emissions standards for cars, SUVs, and trucks. The partnership will focus on the development of advanced air-boosting systems, since the currently available turbo- and super-chargers are insufficient to achieve clean and highly efficient diesel engines. EPA also has similar agreements with Ford Motor Company and International Truck and Engine to further develop CDC.

[Source: BorgWarner]

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