Natural gas adoption in the heavy-duty truck market has grown, albeit at a slower rate than predicted, according to ACT Research
Posted Tuesday September 23, 2014 in Environment/fuel
Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaqannounced Canada’s intention to develop proposed regulations to further reduce GHG emissions from on-road heavy-duty vehicles and engines for post-2018 model years.
With the Canadian economy returning to health and the federal government’s finances expected to shift from deficit to surplus, CTA suggests it’s time to decide what to do with the federal excise tax on diesel
Worldwide sales of alternative fuel vehicles will reach 14% of total truck sales by 2035, while global sales of vehicles with autonomous capability will grow from zero currently to 94.7 million
OTA member carrier Manitoulin Transport is said to be the first trucking company in Canada to be recognized by The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for becoming environmentally friendly.