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Jan. 16, 2020
GTA moves the industry forward
Green Truck Association (GTA) offers vital resources to members on technologies to increase sustainability and efficiency.
Sponsorship opportunities
If you're interested in sponsoring the 2020 Green Truck Summit, contact Kathy Swartzentrover at .
GTA members achieving MVP status
NTEA's Member Verification Program (MVP) recognizes eligible companies in the work truck industry for outstanding business practices and successful implementation of quality standards.  View a list of current GTA members with MVP status . 
Advance pricing discount ends Feb. 6
Be sure to  register (or add on to your current registration) and  secure your hotel  in Indianapolis to take advantage of  registration discounts for The Work Truck Show ® 2020. Advance registration pricing ends  Feb. 6 , and hotel discounts expire  Feb. 11 .   Green Truck Summit will be held on March 3. See schedule .

March 3–6, 2020
Indiana Convention Center
Indianapolis, Indiana
Sessions start March 3; exhibit hall open March 4-6
Work Truck Show
Get hands-on experience with the industry’s latest advanced technologies and alternative fuel applications, right at the Indiana Convention Center (enter through exhibit hall). Meet key suppliers, learn about innovative clean vehicle solutions and test drive, or ride, in the newest trucks. Learn more and view participating vehicles.
The Work Truck Show Ride-and-Drive is sponsored by Allison Transmission
EPA offers $44M in clean diesel grants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is offering up to $44 million in grant funding under its Diesel Emissions Reductions Act (DERA) grant program. The EPA is soliciting applications for projects that achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions, particularly from fleets operating in areas with poor air quality. Full story

The EV truck market is picking up
Tesla made international headlines recently with the introduction of its concept pickup truck — the Cybertruck. But Tesla could be at the bottom of the list of major players in the EV truck market where there is a healthy competition among less famous start-ups. Full story

Kenworth, Dana collaborate on electric truck development
Kenworth and Dana Inc. say they are collaborating on electric powertrain development for medium-duty Kenworth battery EVs. The zero-emissions Kenworth K270E cab-over truck is equipped with a Dana-designed e-powertrain system that is fully integrated and compatible with the Kenworth chassis.  Full story

Peterbilt advancing EV program
Peterbilt says it already has completed nearly 40,000 real-world miles with its fleet of 16 battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) as it embarks on a partnership with Dana to develop an electric powertrain for the 220EV medium-duty truck. Full story

California DMV OKs light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles
California has authorized the testing and commercial use of light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles announced that, with an approved permit from the department, companies can operate autonomous delivery vehicles weighing fewer than 10,001 pounds. Full story

Cummins Westport’s B6.7N natural gas engine receives certifications
Cummins Westport Inc. received certifications from both the U.S. EPA and California Air Resources Board for its B6.7N natural gas engine. Full story

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