Diesel Pollution
Diesel Pollution

POWERING

THE CLEAN FLEETS OF

OF THE FUTURE

Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future
Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future
Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future
Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future
Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future

HEAVY DUTY TRUCK

DELIVERING POWER & PERFORMANCE TO THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY

Every day, thousands of vehicles deliver goods we consume, take away the waste we create, and transport us from point A to point B.

Unlike passenger cars, heavy duty trucks are built to drive hundreds of miles a day, carrying up to 80,000 pounds of cargo at a time. Fleet owners and shippers need reliability, durability, power, and efficiency from their heavy duty vehicles.

COMPARING CLEAN ALTERNATIVES

Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future

R RENEWABLE

Powering the Clean Fleats of the Future

E ELECTRIC

Emissions

0

0

Features

Medium-Duty & Heavy-Duty Applications

Passenger Cars & Medium Duty

Performance

Short, Regional & Long Hauls

Short & Regional Hauls Only
Battery adds significant weight to carrier

Infrastructure

Nationwide network of stations already in operation

Charging station infrastructure not built
Will require large & expensive stations. Subsidized by taxpayers

Impact

None
Recycled methane from landfills & farms

Significant environmental & human toll in raw materials extraction to make batteries

Average Cost

$$-$$$

$$$$

Availability

NOW

In 2+ years?

The vehicle fleets of the future will be comprised of many zero emissions technologies as they become available, including electric, hybrid, hydrogen cell, and renewable fuel.

Some alternatives work well for light and medium duty fleets because they require less power, carry small payloads, and typically run routes within range of a home base. But the first heavy duty EV trucks won’t be available for years and there is a big question of how much they will cost and the lack of charging super stations.

EV truck fleets face challenges with cost, weight, range, and charging infrastructure.

SWITCHING TO A ZERO EMISSIONS SOLUTION NOW

There is a renewable fuel that is sustainable, available now, and already powering thousands of heavy duty trucks nationwide.

The fuel is made by collecting and recycling methane gas released from decomposing organic waste from landfills and animals, and processing and purifying it to make vehicle fuel. Additionally, the latest in clean engine technology recirculates exhaust gases back to engine cylinders while the closed crankcase ventilation system eliminates crankcase emissions.

Combining the cleanest fuel in the world with the cleanest engine technology, we can achieve new zero emissions goals, even for heavy duty trucks.