Emissions & Efficiency - Mar 27th, 2024
Diesel prices stay consistent
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March 27, 2024
In its latest report, NACFE compares natural gas with other fuels and powertrains, discusses the impact of regulations, and offers an economic breakdown of adding the fuel source to a fleet.
The trucking industry and the energy industry need to start working together.

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.

Warmer weather has had little impact on diesel prices across the nation, with the average still hovering above $4/gal., however, gasoline prices have continued to rise.

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 Model 520EV is designed for commercial and residential applications and provides the City of Anchorage and SWS with a quiet, environmentally friendly vehicle that is in line with the municipality’s goal to eliminate 80% of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Atom Power’s level 2 electric vehicle charging solution is different…in a good way. Reliable. Smart. Scalable. Safe. Cost-effective. Centralized control. It’s because of our patented, software-defined solid-state digital circuit breaker. Check out our site, including a brief video, then contact us to collaborate on a solution that best suits your needs for today and tomorrow.

Hitachi Energy’s Grid-eMotion Fleet solution supports high-capacity charging for electric vehicles at major commercial truck depots in Stockton, California, and paves the way for sustainable transportation.
ExxonMobil Corp.’s plans to decarbonize its 561,000-b/d integrated refining and petrochemical complex in Baytown, Tex., could receive up to $331.9 million in federal funding.
The automaker is banking on a California-based team of engineers to develop a flexible platform for part of its next generation of electric vehicles.
The initiatives will help connect and manage renewable energy and battery storage resources on the electric grid to reduce extreme weather-related outages.
The company will also provide access to its Zum app, which allows parents to view a profile of their child's bus driver and access real-time tracking and notifications about their school bus location and their child's pickup and dropoff status