Swede dreams

Ducker, Steve
July 2006
European Power News;Jul2006, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on Scania AB's use of its bus and truck industry experience to produce engines ready for the next level of European legislation. The company spends 60 percent of its research and development budget on engines. Its products are more suited to prime power application than standby. Exhaust gas recirculation is an important part in the company's program of making its genset engine range meet international emission legislation.


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