Recent demonstrations in regulatory test cycles and real-world drive cycles have proven that Eaton’s cylinder-deactivation (CDA) technology can play a key role in helping commercial vehicle manufacturers comply with 2024 and 2027 U.S. emissions regulations. (Photo: Business Wire) Recent demonstrations in regulatory test cycles and real-world drive cycles have proven that Eaton’s cylinder-deactivation (CDA) technology can play a key role in helping commercial vehicle manufacturers comply with 2024 and 2027 U.S. emissions regulations. (Photo: Business Wire) GALESBURG, Mich.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Power management company Eaton today announced it has proven in regulatory test cycles and real-world use its cylinder-deactivation (CDA) technology can play a key role in helping commercial vehicle manufacturers meet or exceed 2024 and 2027 U.S. emissions regulations. The announcement will be made at the North American Commercial Vehicle show (NACV) in Atlanta, Georgia, where Eaton will display a suite of technologies. While other technologies can be combined to reduce both carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions, Eaton’s CDA stands out as the only single technology...