Feb. 2, 2022
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Updated Green Truck Summit schedule features EV impacts on commercial vehicle industry
The 2022 Green Truck Summit, scheduled March 8, includes intensive programs led by industry experts, OEMs and government representatives — covering clean energy trends for commercial vehicles and operational insights for vocational truck fleets.

NEW general session
Upfitting Electric Vehicles: Work Truck Industry Challenges and Opportunities features representatives from leading organizations sharing how EVs are impacting chassis, body, and equipment development in the commercial vehicle market. 

If you're not yet registered for Work Truck Week, or would like to upgrade to a Green Truck Summit Conference Package, advance pricing discounts end Feb. 8, so act now
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Report details barriers to medium- and heavy-duty electrification
The Zero Emission Transportation Association (ZETA) has published a new white paper on medium- and heavy-duty fleet electrification. The report analyzes the opportunities and challenges to electrifying the United States’ public and private vehicle fleets.
Daimler Truck plans to create nationwide truck charging network
Daimler Truck North America is laying the foundation to form a joint venture to design, develop, install and operate a nationwide, high-performance charging network for medium- and heavy-duty battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell trucks in the U.S.
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Ride & Drive to feature 19 vehicles
Experience commercial vehicles with the latest advanced technologies, sustainability offerings and alternative fuel applications. These 19 vehicles incorporate advancements that promote reduction of fuel use, greenhouse gases or particulate matter. Participation is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis to all WTW22 attendees. No Ride & Drive registration is necessary.
Isuzu to take Cummins electric powertrain for a spin
Following a successful demonstration and pilot phase, Isuzu will explore opportunities to commercialize medium-duty, battery-electric trucks with Cummins-powered systems across North America.
GM announces $7 billion EV investment in Michigan
GM announced an overall $7 billion investment into various electric vehicles (EV) and battery-related production and plants across four Michigan manufacturing sites. This will significantly increase battery cell and electric truck manufacturing capacity and is the single largest investment in GM history.