Providing Truck Charging Solutions in Southern California

Over 1.8 million trucks are on the road in California each day. Most of these still run on diesel fuel, bringing harmful air pollution and carbon emissions into neighboring communities. Starting this year, under California’s Advanced Clean Fleets Rule, fleets must buy only zero-emissions drayage trucks, and all drayage trucks must be zero-emissions vehicles by 2035. Overall, this regulation will lead to 70 percent of heavy-duty trucks on California roadways being zero emissions by 2042. Providing sufficient charging infrastructure in the right locations is essential to enabling this transition.

Join RMI for a webinar on Providing Truck Charging Solutions in Southern California. On the webinar, you’ll hear the latest research from experts at RMI alongside real-world examples of deployment from the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE), Zeem, and BGIS.

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Jun 18 2024


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