Spending plans for more than $150 million in clean truck programs next year, including $63 million in incentives to help truck operators purchase new advanced equipment, will be considered by California air regulators in June.
California demands improvements in truck efficiency and emissions to help resolve its air quality problems, and the state Air Resources Board has now issued an outline of upcoming “clean trucking” efforts.
A massive transformation of California’s freight movement system is called for in the just-released California Sustainable Freight Action Plan.
Combining renewable natural gas and a new ultra-low NOx natural as engine could be cost-effective way to help clean up trucking emissions says new report.
A new, super-clean natural gas engine for work trucks and transit buses is on the way from engine developer Cummins Westport.
Natural gas has hit a price wall as truckers embrace low-cost diesel, but the alternative fuel’s future is still bright, according to experts at NTEA’s 2016 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.