Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker is going after every federal dollar to turn the state into a hub for new technologies, intensifying a battle among states for trillions in federal funds.
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is making available $20 billion from a federal “green bank” for clean energy projects such as electric vehicle charging stations and more.
The California Air Resources Board approved its Advanced Clean Fleets regulation that will require some motor carriers to begin the transition to zero-emission trucks as soon as next year.
New Jersey’s governor issued orders to accelerate 100% clean energy by 2035 and offer new incentives for heavy-duty electric vehicles.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has formed a regional hydrogen hub with the governors of Minnesota, Montana and Wisconsin as states continue to jockey in the race for federal funds and national eminence.
Anti-idling regulations for reefers are becoming increasingly important in heavy-duty trucking. In an industry that uses high-voltage power, it can be challenging to find solutions that protect personnel, property, and the environment.July 1, 2022
Hexagon Composites, a designer and manufacturer of clean fuel solutions for commercial vehicles, announced it signed an agreement to acquire a 40% stake in Cryoshelter, an Austria-based company specializing in the development of cryogenic tank technology for liquid renewable natural gas and liquid hydrogen.May 16, 2022
The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore announced it received a $1.8 million grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the port’s Diesel Equipment Upgrade Program, which replaces older cargo-handling equipment and dray trucks with newer, cleaner and more efficient models.February 11, 2022
Learn how maintenance and operations teams can get ahead of the energy transition. This white paper from Geotab and Uptake explores alternative vehicle adoption, mixed-asset fleet management, and how AI/ML is offering a road towards continued operational excellence.September 1, 2021
Legislation that would establish a program at the U.S. Department of Energy to assist the trucking industry with the adoption of fuel-efficient technologies recently was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.