Sixteen zero-emission shuttle buses will be used at the LA airport for WallyPark, making it the first all-electric airport parking depot in the U.S.
Neither diesel nor natural gas advocates are happy with terms of a proposed $2.7-billion diesel emissions reduction program that is part of the proposed $14.7-billion Volkswagen diesel emissions fraud settlement.
The Environmental Protection Agency issued its so-called Phase 2 greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
Even with natural gas engines and electric motors on the rise, diesel will continue to be the powertrain of choice for the commercial trucking industry.
This LCFS policy requires that the carbon intensity of the fuel sold in California between 2010 and 2020 decreases by 10 percent. But now the successful policy may be in danger
Air quality regulators in Southern California are seeking applications for $50 million in grants to freight truck owners to replace older diesel models with new advanced technology “green” trucks.
California trucking companies must immediately meet 2008 clean air standards after superior court rules against amendments giving carriers more flexibility to comply.
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.