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Fleets Share Progress, Frustrations on the Race to Cut Carbon Emissions
Half of all Regional-Haul Trucks Could Go Electric Now

Half of all Regional-Haul Trucks Could Go Electric Now

Nearly 470,000 Class 8 regional-haul trucks could convert to battery-electric technology today with no loss in productivity or efficiency, according to a report from the North American Council for Freight Efficiency.

May 5, 2022

Q&A: Jake Montero on Peterbilt’s Refreshed Medium-Duty Line, EVs
The Realities of Electric Trucks

The Realities of Electric Trucks

Truck makers and electric fleet pioneers laid out real-world lessons learned as electric trucks begin to move out of infancy and into wide-scale operations at TMC.

September 14, 2021

Q&A: Kenworth Talks Production Delays, New Trucks, Tech

Q&A: Kenworth Talks Production Delays, New Trucks, Tech

Kenworth General Manager Kevin Baney discussed production delays due to a COVID-19 disruption in microchip availability and sat down with HDT to talk about the past year, his company’s new trucks, technology, and the road ahead.

April 5, 2021

Q&A: Meritor's T.J. Reed on TransPower and the Future of Electric Trucks
New York City Taking 'Cargo Bikes' for a Spin

New York City Taking 'Cargo Bikes' for a Spin

Aiming to get some diesel-powered delivery trucks off the streets, the Big Apple has approved a pilot to evaluate the performance of "cargo bicycles" on its streets, loading zones, bike lanes, and sidewalks.

December 4, 2019

Shell Looks at the Future of Fuel

Shell Looks at the Future of Fuel

At a recent conference at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Shell presented an array of speakers who sized up the state of alternative fuel technologies in trucking and a likely timeline for real-world adoption of these new means of moving freight.

November 27, 2019

Who's Going to Work on Electric and Alt-Fuel Trucks?

Who's Going to Work on Electric and Alt-Fuel Trucks?

Fleets of the future are likely to be powered by a variety of drivetrains and fuels. Can an industry dealing with a technician shortage find the skilled workers it needs to keep them running?

September 9, 2019

Could Ocean-Going Fleets Raise Fuel Prices for Truck Fleets?
Volvo Raises Red Flag on Potential Emissions Issue

Volvo Raises Red Flag on Potential Emissions Issue

Volvo Group stock fell after the Sweden-based truck and engine maker announced it was investigating the potential failure of a critical emissions control component used on engines sold primarily in Europe and North America.

October 16, 2018

Tesla Gets Set to Run with the Big Rigs with Electric Truck
EMA to Work with EPA on Proposed Diesel NOx Rule for 2024

EMA to Work with EPA on Proposed Diesel NOx Rule for 2024

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it will begin work on a new proposed rule aimed at setting lower standards for NOx diesel emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines beginning in model year 2024.

December 21, 2016

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