Aperia Technologies & TruckLabs

The Economic and Environmental Benefits of The STEER Act

The STEER Act, a new bill introduced by Rodney Davis, will catalyze adoption of active emissions-reducing technologies by the trucking industry, the 3rd largest emitter of carbon dioxide in the US. Its initiatives will help the US continue to lead in cutting greenhouse gas emissions and put money in truckers’ pockets.

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Representative Rodney Davis

Ranking Member of the Highways and Transit Subcommittee

Rep. Davis is serving his 5th term in Congress representing Illinois’ 13th District. He serves on the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure where is the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit. Rep Davis is a long-time supporter of small businesses and the trucking industry across the United States.

Daniel Burrows

Founder and CEO, TruckLabs

Daniel Burrows is the Founder and CEO of TruckLabs, a trucking technology company with a mission to transform the industry through a series of smart hardware and software product offerings. Prior to TruckLabs, Burrows earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Physics from the Imperial College London and worked as a management consultant with six different startups, three of which were acquired.

Joshua Carter

Founder and CEO, Aperia Technologies

Joshua Carter is the CEO of Aperia Technologies, a trucking technology company with a mission to combat tire under-inflation as it afflicts the commercial trucking industry. Prior to Aperia, Carter earned Master’s degree at Stanford University and his Bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Ben Sharpe, PhD

Senior Researcher and Canada Lead, The International Council on Clean Transportation

Ben Sharpe is a Senior Researcher in the ICCT’s Heavy-Duty Vehicle Program and serves as Canada Lead for the organization. He is currently doing technical analyses to support ongoing policy development for reducing fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and criteria pollutants from on-road vehicles

Michael Roeth

Executive Director at the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)

Mike has worked in the commercial vehicle industry for over 35 years, is the Executive Director of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency and is the trucking lead for the Rocky Mountain Institute. Mike’s specialty is brokering green truck collaborative technologies into the real world at scale.