June 27 , 2018
GTA moves the industry forward
Green Truck Association (GTA) offers vital resources to members on technologies to increase sustainability and efficiency.

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Ford, Volkswagen explore strategic alliance, potential development of commercial trucks
Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Co. announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and have plans to explore a potential strategic alliance. Full story
New eMobility business plays to Eaton's strengths
Eaton announced the creation of its new eMobility business focused on intelligent power electronics, power systems and advanced power distribution and circuit protection for the global electrified-vehicles market . Full story
Colorado to develop low-emission vehicle standards
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has signed an executive order calling on the state to adopt low-emission vehicle (LEV) standards similar to California's LEV program. Full story
Incentive money pouring in for California clean truck, bus programs
California's truck and bus operators looking to transition from diesel to cleaner emission vehicles will get a boost from the state beginning in October. Full story
More compressed natural gas for UPS Canada
Seven CNG highway tractors and 40 delivery trucks were recently added to the current Canadian fleet of over 2,900 package cars, tractors and shifters. Full story
Interested in speaking at the 2019 Green Truck Summit?
Next year's Green Truck Summit is scheduled March 5, 2019, in Indianapolis, Indiana. We're looking for presentations that demonstrate the advancement of alternative fuels and clean vehicle technology in relation to vocational trucks. For consideration, please submit your proposal by Friday, June 29, 2018.  Learn more