July 21, 2017Government officials in the Golden State have been rallying for quite some time to reduce emissions in well-traveled highway corridors.
via Hard Working Trucks
July 18, 2017When it comes to discussions of alternative fuels and sustainability in utility fleets, electrification often takes center stage.
June 5, 2017Last month’s ACT Expo demonstrated the continued momentum taking place across the transportation industry to push forward low-carbon fuels, more efficient technologies and fleet sustainability.
June 1, 2017ACT Expo saw buzz about electric and fuel cell trucks as some major companies are entering the market and smaller ones have products in development.
via Clean Fleet Report
May 17, 2017Even with the legal processes surrounding the Volkswagen settlements wrapping up, state agencies and fleets alike are still left with many unanswered question.
May 14, 2017The tank has a net (usable) capacity of 35 gallons (approx. 132 l).
May 8, 2017Investments by OEMs are bringing costs lower, while increasing distances these vehicles can travel.
via Fleet Owner
May 8, 2017Throughout ACT Expo, numerous officials from CARB made it explicitly clear the agency would not be deterred from its future emissions-reduction plans.
via American Trucker
May 5, 2017Electric vehicle technologies can save fleets tens of thousands of dollars annually.
via Vehicle Service Pros
May 3, 2017Attendees of the National Private Truck Council’s Annual Conference got a rundown of the regulatory items motor carriers need to be aware of this year.
via American Trucker
April 5, 2017We are seeing trucks with incredibly clean engines roll off the assembly line and into fleet operations across the nation.
Image: ACT Expo
March 7, 2017The stage is set for the 2017 Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, the conference will feature the increasing array of commercially available and rapidly developing technologies for sustainable fleet operations.
Image: ACT News
February 15, 2017California Legislature works to reduce GHGs and, arguably, contain the most promising advances for RNG in the industry’s short history.
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