Zero Emissions Archives - Fleet Equipment Magazine
Daimler, Navistar, Volvo among PACT founders

Powering America’s Commercial Transportation (PACT) aims to find viable solutions to the need for commercial charging infrastructure.

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NGVAmerica finalizes Annual Meeting and Industry Summit agenda

The event is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 23-24, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, California

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.

ACT Research says half of all commercial vehicles will be zero emissions by 2040

By 2027, eight states will have joined California in adopting Advanced Clean Trucks, resulting in moderate growth in adoption rates.

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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ClearFlame Engine Technologies reports early results from ethanol-based engine pilot program

The pilots document ClearFlame’s upfitted enthanol-based engines.

What can be achieved by ZEV adoption: Lessons learned from California

California has a significant number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in comparison to other U.S. states.

India subnational government announces new zero-emissions transport commitment

The Global MOU is an agreement to reach 100% new zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040.

Transportation Energy Institute releases report, near-term solutions to GHG emissions

The report evaluates the viability and emissions reduction potential of a variety of technology.

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Clean Freight Coalition meets with DOE-DOT Joint Office on heavy-duty charging infrastructure

The first meeting comes as emerging state and federal regulations aim to decarbonize the transportation sector.

Ethero Truck + Energy approved for California CORE eligibility  

There is no scrappage requirement, and additional funding is available for charging and fueling infrastructure.

Volvo Group, Westport begin joint venture to reduce long-haul emissions

While Volvo will be a key customer of the joint venture, the joint venture’s mandate will be to enhance commercialization of HPDI.