Trucking’s Green Movement Isn’t Void of Diesel

Much of the sustainability conversation in trucking centers on hydrogen fuel-cell-electric vehicles and battery-electric vehicles: Which is going to be more dominant? But that’s not necessarily what the landscape will look like. “No one fuel or source of energy is going to dominate the future like diesel has in the last 100 years. There’s no […]

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2021 State of Sustainable Fleets Shows Continued Growth of Clean Tech Availability, Adoption

May 26, 2021 — In an update to last year’s inaugural State of Sustainable Fleets Report, GNA’s 2021 Market and Trends Brief shows that even with the ongoing effects felt from the COVID-19 pandemic, the clean tech industry made progressive steps, leading to greater adoption by fleets across the country. This year’s supplement to the […]

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ACT Expo 2021: It’s a Wrap!

Source: ACT News | September 2, 2021 With the trade show exhibitors boxing up their wares and attendees sitting in the last two series of workshops of the week, ACT Expo 2021 has capped off another successful event with the help of its speakers, sponsors, and staff. The first of the last two workshops, the […]

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ACT Expo 2021: Day Three Turns Up the Tech Heat with the Inaugural Diversity Panel, Shell Fireside Chat & Autonomous Talk

Source: ACT News | September 2, 2021 For the third day in a row, attendees left ACT Expo 2021 with a lot to discuss with their teams when they make it home at the end of the week. Starting with a first-of-its-kind panel on diversity and ending with talks on the top tech available, there […]

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ACT Expo 2021: Day Two Kicks Off with a Milestone EV Project, Volvo Trucks’ Voorhoeve, Peterbilt’s Electrification Evolution, Expo Hall Opens Its Doors

Source: ACT News | September 1, 2021 Even more attendees were on hand for the second day of this year’s ACT Expo, starting with an announcement of the Joint Electric Truck Scaling Initiative, or JETSI, a landmark initiative to deploy 100 battery-electric regional haul and drayage trucks across California. The trucks, manufactured by Daimler Trucks North […]

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ACT Expo 2021: Fifth Annual Fleet Awards Honors Green, Sustainable Fleets

Source: ACT News | August 31, 2021 At this year’s ACT Expo annual Fleet Awards event, seven fleet operators were recognized for extraordinary accomplishments that serve as examples for fleet operators worldwide, related to emission reduction and sustainability. “ACT Expo’s Fleet Awards recognize the fleet operators that have gone above and beyond in pursuing advanced clean […]

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Traditional Fuels and the Bridge to Zero-Emission Trucks

Source: Fleet Owner | September 7, 2021 Shell’s 80-ft. long Starship 2.0 truck, designed to glide down the road like a fish through water, was near impossible to miss in a sea of battery-electric, hydrogen fuel cell, and alternative “clean” energy projects on display at the 2021 ACT Expo. The tractor-trailer stands out not only […]

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9 Reasons Clean Fleet Adoption is Accelerating

Source: Greenbiz | June 23, 2021 Last summer, Katie Fehrenbacher wrote about the “State of Sustainable Fleets” report put out by the research team at Gladstein, Neandross and Associates (GNA). A few weeks ago GNA updated its report, with a few significant developments over the last nine months that led the authors to proclaim 2020 […]

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Waste Management Looks to Surpass 80% CNG Collection Fleet

Source: Waste Dive | June 2, 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic did not stop the momentum for clean technologies and fuels among medium- and heavy-duty fleets, including fleets in the waste sector, according to the 2021 State of Sustainable Fleets report that consulting firm Gladstein, Neandross & Associates (GNA) released last week. While the report covers […]

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Clean Fleets Make Dollars and Sense, So Why Doesn’t USPS Clean Up?

June 1, 2021 – A new report makes a strong bottom-line case for fleet managers to adopt new clean transportation technologies that are mature, available, and appropriate. Policy makers will have the final say on clean fleets, but the study provides strong dollars-and-cents support for electrifying fleets, including the nationwide U.S. Postal Service fleet. The […]

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Selling Carbon Credits a Growing Incentive For School Districts

May 26, 2021 – School districts in California can help fund the electrification of their bus fleets through selling credits awarded under the state’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS), and similar options could increasingly be available in other states. Under the program run by the California Air Resources Board, districts can claim credits based on […]

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EV Charging Setup Would Cost Schneider, NFI More than 10 times Annual Fuel Savings: Study

April 6, 2021 – Schneider could save $554,813 in annual fuel costs by electrifying its 42-truck fleet based out of Stockton, California, according to a study prepared by Gladstein, Neandross & Associates funded by the Environmental Defense Fund. And NFI could save $748,311 annually by electrifying its fleet of 50 trucks that operate out of […]

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