The diesel engine is today a clean and efficient technology, and it is impossible to start decarbonizing the transport industry without continuing to develop and innovate, and exploit the opportunities of CO2-neutral alternative fuels. Dinex, the OEMs, and the industry is ready with clean, green, and sustainable solutions! Are you?


It’s tempting to conclude that “The bigger the engine, the dirtier it is” – but that’s not always the case. In terms of NOx emissions from the transport sector, which vehicles are truly the biggest sinners? You are in for a surprise if you check the latest blog post here.


First of all, let's agree that when it comes to fighting climate change the ultimate goal is to continuously reduce the emissions of Green House Gasses (GHG) as fast as possible - for the transport sector specifically CO2.


Find out in this first episode of the Dinex Emission Mythbuster-series, and let our team of experts share a lesson on why Euro 6 trucks since 2013 has been much cleaner than you would think – both in the labs, AND on the roads!


Dinex supports the Clean Air Vision – a joint initiative with the Danish EPA (Miljøministeriet), the Danish Environmental Technology Association (Dansk Miljøteknologi), and the Confederation of Danish Industry (DI - Dansk Industri) among others, in front – promoting innovative solutions for improving air quality.


Looking beyond the tail pipe, let’s dig into the big climate calculations and determine whether combustion engines really are a part of the problem – or a part of the solution?


A quick reference guide to understanding one of the most important calculations when evaluating the environmental impact of different engine technologies.


With Euro 6e, Diesel Engines have never been cleaner – but the pursuit for better air quality and environmental impact is far from over.


Is electrification the only way forward for a more sustainable trasport sector, or is the right solution compiled of more diverse technologies?


We are pleased to announce that Dinex has joined the Natural and Bio Gas Vehicle Association.