Emissions & Efficiency - Mar 20th, 2024
Diesel prices inch up
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March 20, 2024
A zero-emission fleet future can be daunting. However, early discussions with dealers and OEMs—even years before ditching the exhaust pipes—can help fleets plan for decarbonized operations.
It could cost fleets $145,000 per heavy-duty truck to build out electric charging infrastructure nationwide, according to Clean Freight Coalition research. The study finds electrifying medium-duty operations more attainable in the near term but questions how the nation could handle mass electrification...

In today’s fast-paced world of consumer demand, truck drivers are crucial for ensuring timely deliveries and customer satisfaction. Competitive compensation, reliable vehicles, and ongoing training are just a few key strategies for the successful recruitment and retention of skilled truck drivers.

On-highway diesel pump prices inched up to $4.028 per gallon this week, while average gas prices are now above the 52-week mark.

Join leading fleet operators & top industry professionals at ACT Expo for the most comprehensive showcase of advanced clean commercial vehicles, technologies, and services designed to drive sustainability on our roadways. ACT Expo will highlight the industry’s current state through real-world case studies technical workshops, insightful panels, dynamic keynote presentations & breakout sessions.

The SuperTruck 2 learnings included technologies that are now being implemented in actual trucks.

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With CARB rules looming, this year's heavy-duty engine trends are keeping emissions and efficiency in mind.
Today's fleet leaders must balance regulatory and customer pushes toward decarbonization with the pragmatic pull toward traditional diesel power.
Small drayage fleets can gain real-world experience with battery-electric trucks through the program.
The National Zero-Emission Freight Corridor Strategy provides guidance for charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles over 15 years.
Is the industry being forced to push the zero-emission cart?