DP Summit countdown: Three weeks left until industry’s top event

There are only three weeks left until the leaders in engines, powertrains and new power technologies come together for the 2023 Diesel Progress Summit, the industry’s most dynamic conference, awards and networking event.

The fifth annual Diesel Progress Summit will take place Sept. 24-25 at The Galt House Hotel in downtown Louisville, Ky., just prior to Utility Expo. It kicks off with networking with the top professionals in your field, then follows with a full day of learning about the “Technologies of Transition”, with keynote presentations by key execs at Deutz and Volvo Penta, plus expert commentary on:

  • On-highway regulatory standards and how to meet them;
  • Fuel cells in power generation;
  • Battery technology and how it’s being applied;
  • Developments in electric motors;
  • And more!

Also featured will be two highly anticipated roundtable discussions on low- and zero-carbon fuels and hydrogen combustion engine technology and their applications. Plus, don’t miss the Diesel Progress Awards presentation recognizing the best in industry innovation, which will be held at the close of the program.

This is a event you don’t want to miss! Learn more or register at www.dieselprogresssummit.com.

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