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Photos: Kenworth's Zero Emissions Cargo Transport

The powertrain on this truck is scaled for short-haul service, working at a drayage facility where it will run 30-50 miles per day.

Kenworth's Zero Emissions Cargo Transport is a heavy-duty truck with a hydrogen fuel cell-powered battery-electric powertrain, capable of about 100 miles of travel fully loaded. Photos: Jim Park

 

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Tags: Kenworth, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles, Electric Vehicles, Zero-Emission Vehicles, Hybrid Trucks, Drayage

2018 World of Concrete Show [Photos]

Concrete pumper trucks line aisles of the Las Vegas Convention Center's central hall, where most heavy truck displays are housed. Numerous mixer trucks are also here.

World of Concrete is held annually at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and it’s the year's first trade show where truck builders announce new or improved vocational models. HDT's Tom Berg was there.

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Tags: Work Trucks, Mixer, World of Concrete, Vocational Trucks, Dump Trucks, Industry Events

Siemens eHighway Trials in California [Photos]

Trucks waiting to go on a test run near Long Beach, California. Photo: Siemens

Siemens has begun testing a zero-emissions highway concept in California that allows trucks to use diesel engines part of the time and run on electric power supplied by overhead power lines to save fuel and reduce emissions.

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Tags: Infrastructure, Electric Vehicles, Future Trucks, Zero-Emission Vehicles, California

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