Despite the impacts of COVID-19 on vehicle sales and production, zero-emission (ZE) truck and bus models are on the verge of a major surge in the United States and Canada.
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National Coalition of Heavy Truck Leaders Calls for Major Federal Role, Investments to Support U.S. Leadership in Zero Emission Trucks | June 18, 2020
The number of models of zero-emission trucks, buses, and off-road equipment is expected to double between the end of 2019 and 2023, according to a new analysis by Calstart. “Zero-emission trucks and buses are on the verge of a major surge in the U.S. and Canada,” said Calstart Northeast Regional Director Ben Mandel during a June 2 media briefing. “The growth we’re seeing is happening really across the board.”
Driving toward zero-emission commercial vehicles By Cristiano Façanha, Global Director of CALSTART's Global Commercial Vehicle Drive to Zero program Recognizing the
CALSTART’s Drive to Zero program launches first-of-its-kind, online tool highlighting zero-emission commercial vehicle offerings | March 3, 2020
CALSTART's Drive to Zero program launches first-of-its-kind, online tool highlighting zero-emission commercial vehicle offerings Zero-Emission Technology Inventory to track growth of
New Industry Leaders Named to CALSTART Board - Board Chair Continues & New Officers Added February 27, 2020
In Zero-emission Busses, Seattle Sees an Opportunity on Par with Rail By John Jackson, Project Manager at CALSTART The value of
Zero-Emission Buses Track Healthy Early Growth, Hotspots Emerge in West, Midwest, Florida By Fred Silver, Vice President of CALSTART America’s zero-emission
US Zero-Emission Bus Fleet Grows Nearly 37 Percent Over Previous Year California, Washington, Florida, Colorado, Illinois, North Carolina Lead Adoption October
Zeroing in on ZEBs: The Advanced Technology Transit Bus Index | 2019 October 2019 America’s zero-emission bus fleet is on the
Program Launches to Make Advanced Technology Trucks and Buses More Affordable for Fleets and Transit Agencies in New York State | September 25, 2019
Program Launches to Make Advanced Technology Trucks and Buses More Affordable for Fleets and Transit Agencies in New York State CALSTART