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Half of all Regional-Haul Trucks Could Go Electric Now

Nearly 470,000 Class 8 regional-haul trucks could convert to battery-electric technology today with no loss in productivity or efficiency, according to a report from the North American Council for Freight Efficiency.

The Realities of Electric Trucks

Truck makers and electric fleet pioneers laid out real-world lessons learned as electric trucks begin to move out of infancy and into wide-scale operations at TMC.

NACFE's Run on Less Goes Electric

The North American Council for Freight Efficiency turns its attention to electric trucks with a new evaluation run beginning Sept. 2, 2021.

DOE SuperTruck 3 to Focus on Truck Electrification

The Department of Energy's SuperTruck 3 program will provide funding for research and development of electric and fuel-cell trucks, including a broader range of vehicles than the tractor-trailers in the first two programs.

NACFE Electrifies Run on Less

Run on Less 2021 will feature up to 10 Class 3 through 8 electric trucks, drivers, and charging infrastructure systems operating in vehicle-appropriate duty cycles in the United States and Canada.

NACFE, RMI Report Offers Electrification Framework Analysis

The North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), along with the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), released a report on a three-prong electrification framework that could make electric trucks a reality in states other than just California.

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