Power Progress 45th Annual Engine Yearbook issue available

June issue features the annual engine review, Engine Specs-at-a-Glance and more

The June 2024 issue of Power Progress has been published, with the print edition on its way to a mailbox near you. In the meantime, you can preview the issue or subscribe to the digital online version by clicking here.

A highlight of the June issue is the 45th Annual Engine Technical Review, providing an overview of the latest powerplants available today, or in the near future, from 35+ suppliers. All were developed to help ensure OEMs and end users continue to have access to reliable and affordable horsepower and torque – and within a sustainable manner.

Also in the issue:

  • Engine Specs-at-a-Glance, a quick-reference guide covering power ratings for liquid, gaseous and dual-fuel engines, and sponsored by vehicle controls and telematics system supplier HED;
  • A comprehensive look at the benefits and drawbacks of different pathways to cutting internal combustion engine emissions, plus Global Diesel Emissions Regulations-at-a-Glance, which maps out regulations across the globe;
  • Details of the latest Centum Series gen-set introductions from Cummins;
  • Fuel injection system developments for hydrogen combustion engines from Bosch;
  • Plus, Trendlines, Street Smarts, outlooks from AEM and NFPA and other regularly scheduled departments and columns, and more.

Click here to access the latest digital issue of Power Progress (registration required) or to download the available PDF.

To subscribe to the print edition, as well as the weekly Power Progress News newsletter or daily Power Briefing news and analysis, click here.

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