EPA is facing growing pressure to restrict the use of glider kits under the second phase of rules to control Greenhouse Gas emissions
MTO has announced the final details on eligibility and rebates of the Green Commercial Vehicle Program (GCVP) championed by OTA
Posted Thursday December 07, 2017 in Environment/fuel
Certain fuel reducing technologies exist as aftermarket “retrofit” solutions to fleets and truck owners, while OEM fuel efficient options exist for spec’ing new vehicles.
Opponents of EPA’s proposal to roll back the glider kit portion of its GHG regs says it would undermine environmental investments and encourage the use of older, less efficient technologies.
ACT Research has announced that it is developing a multi-client study, examining the market potential in the U.S. and Canada for electric medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles through 2035.
CTA reminds policy makers that readily available alternative fuel technology and infrastructure has not kept pace with the trucking industry’s desire to reduce its carbon footprint
The Canadian Trucking Alliance submitted its 2018 Pre-Budget paper to the federal government, which prioritizes support and investment for enduring industry issues