Powering America’s Commercial Transportation (PACT) aims to find viable solutions to the need for commercial charging infrastructure.
The event is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 23-24, at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in San Diego, California
Mullen went on to explain that congress and regulators should pursue policies that provide immediate emissions reductions.
By 2027, eight states will have joined California in adopting Advanced Clean Trucks, resulting in moderate growth in adoption rates.
The ACT rule will require significant growth in the production and sale of zero-emission trucks, vans, and other large commercial vehicles by 2035.
The pilots document ClearFlame’s upfitted enthanol-based engines.
California has a significant number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in comparison to other U.S. states.
The Global MOU is an agreement to reach 100% new zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040.
The report evaluates the viability and emissions reduction potential of a variety of technology.
The first meeting comes as emerging state and federal regulations aim to decarbonize the transportation sector.
There is no scrappage requirement, and additional funding is available for charging and fueling infrastructure.
While Volvo will be a key customer of the joint venture, the joint venture’s mandate will be to enhance commercialization of HPDI.