Clean Diesel Market Analysis
Clean Diesel Market — Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook and Opportunity Analysis, 2018-2026
Diesel is the world's most efficient internal combustion engine, which provides more power and fuel efficiency than LPG and gasoline. Growing environmental concerns have resulted in the formulation of government regulations, in turn compelling manufacturers to create innovative methods used to meet emission standards. Clean diesel is a novel group of diesels, which contains 97 percent less Sulphur, made up of unconventional engines and effective emission control technology. Clean diesels are used on a large scale in transportation and to power various equipment in the mining, construction, and agriculture sectors. Clean diesels are cleaner, more fuel efficient, and offer more torque than other fuels. The clean diesel market, however, faces major competition from its gasoline, hybrid, and electrical counterparts.
Low diesel prices, government subsidies, stringent environmental regulations are major drivers for growth of the clean diesel market. The major challenge faced by this market is the production of nitrous oxide. Efforts are being made to cope with this issue by the incorporation of advanced emission control technologies. One of the most notable downsides is that diesel tends to cost more than gasoline engines.
Clean Diesel Taxonomy
On basis of the three part system components:
On the basis of end-user
Common rail systems supply high injection pressures available at an accumulator, directly to the injector, thus providing better control, reduced emission, and better efficiency. Two ULSD standards are available, namely Grade No. 1-D S15, which is a highly unstable fuel with an lower gelling temperature than regular ULSD and Grade No. 2-D S15, which is regular ULSD. Companies such as Clean Diesel Technologies (CDTI) develop catalyst technologies and emissions control systems to meet the requirements of increasingly stringent environmental regulations and decrease emissions.
The three-part clean diesel system enables over 95 percent emission reductions. Lower cost of diesel coupled with its 20 to 40 percent higher fuel efficiency than gasoline, makes clean diesel vehicles an economical option. The recent Volkswagen emissions scandal that was publicly revealed in 2015, has had a negative impact on the clean diesel market, in turn decreasing diesel vehicle sales. Some major clean diesel players include CDTI, Volkswagen, BMW, Ford, Chevrolet, GMC, Nissan, Tetraneft Corporation, Spinelli International Company, Digable traders, and Camarona.
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