Study sees diesel as dominant truck power for some time, accounting for 66% of all new U.S. truck sales in 2040. But that’s down from nearly 80% today as it forecasts electric truck market share to grow at 15% a year.
Putting aside the timetable, the scenario for a transition to zero-emissions, or ZE, trucks has started to become clear over the last few years. The challenge for fleets will be to choose the right one for their particular operation.
The conference and exhibition is the largest annual gathering of private truck fleets in the industry. The Fleet Owner 500, a list of the top 500 private fleets in the U.S. was also released this week.
March retail truck sales showed big month-to-month gains across the board, but the market will be increasingly challenged to keep up with the torrid pace set in 2018, according to figures compiled by Wards Intelligence...