10 things eft’s been reading this week
The changing face of truck power
This week, it’s all about the theme of alternative fuels. In our article of the week, we discuss why there are going to be a host of more powerful incentives to look at alternative sources of power for trucks. So, we thought we would follow this on by looking at the latest news on the attempts to replace diesel in our goods vehicles. Indeed, there is so much happening, we’ve gone a little overboard and treated you to twelve things we’ve been reading. Enjoy!
Battery electric vs. fuel cell: truck makers must place their bets. [Automotive World]
Tesla might get into the mining business to secure minerals for electric batteries. [TechCrunch]
The Race to Fuel the Buses of Future Is On. [Bloomberg]
How to make an alternative fuels strategy become a success. [WebWire]
ABB To Switch To All-Electric Truck Fleet In Switzerland. [InsideEVs]
Germany opens its first electric highway for hybrid trucks. [Design Products and Applications]
Gasrec reports soaring demand for natural gas. [Transport Engineer]
IVECO’s New Long-Hauler Offered with Natural Gas. [NGV Global News]
California truckers want clarity on clean-air goals. [JOC.com]
Heavy-Duty Natural Gas Truck Sales Down in 2018. [Truckinginfo]
Germany Suspends Federal Highway Toll for Natural Gas Trucks. [NGV Global News]
NGVs battle zero-emissions rivals in EU transport sector. [Petroleum Economist]
To understand how to get the most out of every single truckload, attend the Logistics CIO Forum: North America, being held this November in Austin, Texas.