July 11 , 2018
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EPA will not enforce 300-unit limit on glider kits through 2019
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it will not enforce for 2018 and 2019 a 300-unit production cap put in place on the manufacture of glider kits that do not comply with Phase 2 greenhouse gas emission rules. Full story
Delegated assembly for emissions compliance expands in North America
The Government of Canada recently issued its version of Phase 2 for heavy-duty vehicle and engine greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards in Canada Gazette (similar to the U.S. Federal Register). Full story
Volvo research exec sees the inevitable rise of electric trucks, buses
Looking at the future of electric vehicles, Edward Jobson could see it was time to make a career adjustment. In June, Jobson became the company's vice president for electromobility, diving into its plans to roll out a line of electric trucks. Full story
Cummins broadening electrification capabilities with EDI acquisition
Cummins is acquiring Silicon Valley-based Efficient Drivetrains Inc. (EDI), which designs and produces hybrid and fully-electric power solutions for commercial markets, in a move intended to further its goal of becoming a global electrified leader, the company said. Full story
DTNA partners with Penske and NFI on fleet
Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) announced Penske Truck Leasing and NFI have agreed to partner in operating the Freightliner Electric Innovation Fleet of eCascadia heavy-duty trucks and eM2 106 medium-duty trucks. Full story