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New Holland Agriculture Continues Leadership with Clean Energy Website 

New Holland, PA (August 31, 2010) - With the launch of a new website,, New Holland Agriculture provides greater insight into innovative and environmentally friendly solutions for more efficient farming.

New Holland's Clean Energy Leader position is based on fundamental elements for environmental respect including biodiesel, Tier IV, the NH2™ hydrogen tractor and the Energy Independent Farm concept. New Holland is internationally recognized as the pioneer in the use of renewable fuels, and in 2006, was the first manufacturer to offer biodiesel compatibility for its products. Currently, 85% of the entire New Holland product range can run on 100% biodiesel.

On the new website, images of New Holland's powerful machines are complimented with those of nature and offer real-life testimonials of those who have turned this Clean Energy strategy into reality and are already using these solutions.

The new Clean Energy Leader website provides information on biodiesel, Tier IV, New Holland's NH2™ hydrogen- powered tractor and the Energy Independent Farm concept. As users navigate around the website, they can watch video interviews with specialists from the sector, browse through animations explaining the functionality of New Holland's tailor-made solutions and find answers to specific issues in the FAQ sections. They can download one of the desktop wallpapers or images of environmentally friendly products.

Moreover, the site is linked to New Holland's social media platforms including:





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