Looking to expand its range of alternative fuel vehicles, General Motors announced that fleet buyers will be able to choose from compressed natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas in some Chevrolet and GMC trucks and vans.
Already the leader in alternative fuel passenger vehicles, Toyota is looking to clean up heavy-duty truck emissions with a study aimed at developing a hydrogen fuel-cell electric powertrain for Class 8 trucks.
Salt Lake City green truck start-up manufacturer Nikola Motor Co. will unveil plans for semi-truck, battery pack and giant charging network next month.
Truck startup Nikola Motor reveals plans for a vertically integrated network of solar farms, green manufacturing plants and hydrogen fueling stations to power semi-trucks.
Diesel engines dominated the heavy duty truck market last year but the demand is expected to decrease by 2021, with natural gas rising instead.
Savvy fleet owners should be taking a serious look at what natural gas vehicles have to offer now, before gas prices rise and emissions rules get stricter.
California air quality agencies will pour $23.6 million into low-emission and zero-emission trucks to clean up air pollution at state’s ports.
Roush CleanTech installs propane autogas fuel systems in Ford F-750 truck chassis, as it pitches the economic and environmental advantages of the liquid fuel.
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.
In a move to try and curb greenhouse emissions, UPS will buy 380 Kenworth natural gas trucks and build 12 fueling stations nationally.