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MEMA responds to finalized EPA Phase 3 standards

MEMA and its members welcome the EPA’s final rule for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Standards for Heavy-Duty Vehicles.

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Understanding the updated 30C EV charging tax credit

New census tract definitions clarify that the credit focuses on rural and low-income areas, making 2/3 of Americans eligible.

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Rizon electric trucks receive EPA and CARB certification

The Class 4 and 5 medium-duty electric trucks are set to begin deliveries in Q4.

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Clean Freight Coalition addresses EPA emissions regulations efforts

Mullen went on to explain that congress and regulators should pursue policies that provide immediate emissions reductions.

Major fleet operators call on U.S. states to adopt zero-emissions regulations

The ACT rule will require significant growth in the production and sale of zero-emission trucks, vans, and other large commercial vehicles by 2035.

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Why this year will be the ‘Year of Fuel Efficiency’ regulations

Plus top takes on the CHIPS Bill, Repair Act and what this Congress can actually get done.

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Biden-Harris Administration announces Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s first Bridge Investment Program grants

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently announced the first round of grants from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s competitive Bridge Investment Program. These early planning grants, going to 23 projects in 23 states, will help fund early phases of project development to create a pipeline of bridge construction projects, one of many

International touts A26 diesel engine fuel efficiency boost

Thanks to the latest engine enhancements to the A26 (2021 GHG), the engine now boasts an additional 4% fuel economy benefit, achieved through engine design and system updates, compared with the A26 engine at launch, according to Navistar. Built from the MAN D26 engine crankcase, this latest version of the International A26 produces up to

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Fleet Advantage on the impact of decarbonization, GHG regulations and electrification on truck lifecycles

FE caught up with Fleet Advantage to talk about the latest developments in the truck market, how electrification and emissions goals will affect truck lifecycles, and a few other topics at the TMC Fall Meeting in Cleveland in September. Below is our Q&A with Al Barner, senior vice president of business development at Fleet Advantage.

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Eaton to develop 48-volt technologies to better meet emissions regulations

Eaton announced that it has developed a series of 48-volt technologies to assist customers who may want to transition from traditional 12- and 24-volt vehicle systems to systems that include 48-volt architecture. These 48-volt systems can power new, advanced energy-consuming components and can help reduce emissions and improve fuel economy and performance, Eaton says.  Most

NTEA calls on Congress to repeal the Federal Excise Tax

NTEA, The Association for the Work Truck Industry, commends U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-IN) and Ben Cardin (D-MD) for introducing S. 2435, the Modern, Clean, and Safe Trucks Act of 2021. This bipartisan bill would repeal the 12% Federal Excise Tax (FET) on heavy trucks and trailers. NTEA calls on Congress to repeal the FET

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ATA expresses support for Modern, Clean and Safe Trucks Act

The American Trucking Associations (ATA) released a statement praising the introduction of the Modern, Clean, and Safe Trucks Act of 2021 by Senators Todd Young (R-IN) and Ben Cardin (D-MD). The bipartisan legislation would repeal the 12% federal excise tax (FET) on heavy-duty trucks, which currently adds approximately $22,000 to the cost of the average

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