In a sense, “clean” diesel does produce less pollution than gasoline and regular diesel. Its official name is ultra-low-sulfur diesel, due to the significantly lower amount of sulfur concentration it contains than the normal form of diesel. This means that the use of “clean” diesel releases less sulfur dioxide into the air, and thus does not contribute as much to the formation of acid rain.
“Clean” diesel also more higher energy per unit volume than gasoline. This means that it takes less fuel for a “clean” diesel-powered engine to travel the same distance as a gasoline-powered engine. This cuts back on emissions.
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