Carbon War Room Archives - Fleet Equipment Magazine
NACV day one: News from the show floor

Check out the news roundup from day one at NACV, and then bookmark this link for daily updates: 1. NACFE ‘Run on Less’ achieves 10 MPG average, conquers real-world challenges Run on Less, a cross-country road show to showcase fuel efficient truck technology and equipment, announced an average of more than 10 MPG in real

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Trucking Efficiency’s Run on Less announces drivers, technologies

Carbon War Room (CWR) and the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) have announced the seven drivers participating in Run on Less, a fuel-economy roadshow that kicks off on Sept. 6. Run on Less will demonstrate how Class 8 trucks can use different technologies to achieve the best fuel economy possible. The three-week experience

NACFE issues new Confidence Report on 6×2 axles

The North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and Carbon War Room issued an update to its Confidence Report on 6×2 axles. NACFE convened a new study team of experts to investigate a technology on which it has already issued a Confidence Report, which NACFE says is due to refinements in the way fleets are implementing

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Fuel efficiency increases continue for progressive fleets

A recent study from the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and Carbon War Room followed 17 fleets and found that they saved $500 million in fuel compared to the national average in 2015, thanks to their adoption of various fuel efficiency technologies. These fleets also saw a 3% improvement in fuel economy compared

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Unpacking NACFE’s confidence report on trailer aerodynamics

The North America Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), which partnered with the Carbon War Room (CWR) to form Trucking Efficiency, recently released a Confidence Report to provide an unbiased review of tractor aerodynamic technologies available on the market today, and to increase investment in cost-saving tractor aerodynamic technologies. Tractor aerodynamics increase fuel efficiency by lowering air

Fleet engineers Truck Aerodynamics