"Twenty per cent of Australian cars run on diesel, as do most of the country's
trucks, farming and mining equipment, but the push to reduce emissions globally
could mean the end of diesel fuel is closer than you think.
Conventional diesel is a fossil fuel produced from crude oil.
It runs leaner than petrol so you need less of it to go every kilometre, but it
still produces significant carbon emissions and some serious toxic gases.
Some experts say concern about that and the rising cost of diesel, driven up by
the war in Ukraine, is speeding up the transition to cleaner technology."
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