March 2, 2022
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WTW22, INCLUDING THE SOLD-OUT GREEN TRUCK SUMMIT, IS NEXT WEEK!
If you haven't yet, register now and save time on-site. The event kicks off on Tuesday, March 8, with education sessions and Green Truck Summit. The exhibit hall is open Wednesday, March 9-11 (Ride & Drive, March 9-10). GTA/NTEA members receive special registration and add-on ticket discounts.
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Workhorse and GreenPower sign supply agreement
Workhorse Group Inc. and GreenPower Motor Company Inc. announced the signing of a multi-year supply agreement to facilitate the manufacturing and delivery of medium-duty Class 4 step vans into the North American market.
Peterbilt announces EV purchase vouchers
Peterbilt Motors Company has announced its lineup of electric vehicles are eligible for the 2022 Hybrid and Zero-Emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
Element launches new end-to-end EV fleet offering
Element Fleet Management Corp. announced the launch of Arc by Element, an end-to-end electric vehicle (EV) fleet offering designed to help clients navigate and simplify the transition from internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles to EVs.
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Renewable fuels, OEM electrification offerings, and the expansion of technologies and vocational trucks are changing the commercial vehicle landscape. Work Truck Week offers an opportunity to experience industry evolution with an exhibit floor featuring the newest advanced fuel vehicles, equipment and products.
Lightning eMotors expands manufacturing plant, boosts production capacity
Lightning eMotors announced it has completed the expansion of its manufacturing campus in Loveland, Colorado, by 102,000 square feet to a total of over 226,000 square feet. The company also reconfigured workstations throughout the plant to incorporate advanced automation and augmented reality systems across multiple workstations and assembly areas.
Eaton’s new ePowertrain unit focuses on integrated EV transmission, gearing solutions
Eaton’s Vehicle Group has formed a new ePowertrain business unit, which will focus on products from Eaton’s electrified vehicle (EV) transmission, reduction gearing and differential portfolios. Combining the product lines into a new ePowertrain business unit creates synergy among Eaton’s powertrain and EV experts and allows the Vehicle Group to offer its global customers solutions for commercial and light-duty EVs.