HTUF conference notches 10th year

Aug. 13, 2010
The 10th annual Hybrid Truck Users Forum (HTUF) national conference sponsored by California-based Clean Transportation Technologies and Solutions (CalStart) will take place September 28-30 in Dearborn, MI, and will feature more than 30 of the latest hybrid electric, hybrid hydraulic, plug-in hybrids and electric trucks available on the market today

The 10th annual Hybrid Truck Users Forum (HTUF) national conference sponsored by California-based Clean Transportation Technologies and Solutions (CalStart) will take place September 28-30 in Dearborn, MI, and will feature more than 30 of the latest hybrid electric, hybrid hydraulic, plug-in hybrids and electric trucks available on the market today.

The conference, also supported by the U.S. Army’s National Automotive Center (NAC), will also feature: truck OEM product briefings; special sessions on fleet “change-over” strategies, which includes insight from fleet managers from FedEx, Duke Energy, United Parcel Service, Verizon, and Coca Cola; the unveiling of a new study on commercial vehicle driver attitudes towards electric; plus future forecasts on the U.S. military’s role in the deployment of hybrid trucks.

Nearly 40 technology displays will also dot this year’s HTUF show, featuring the latest products from firms such as Eaton, Oshkosh, Siemens, Altec, Daimler Trucks North America, Bosch Rexroth, Terex and others.

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