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May 25, 2022

Battery-Electric Isn't the Only Pathway to Zero-Emissions Trucks [Video]

Battery-electric is currently the most-discussed alternative to diesel — but batteries aren’t a one-size-fits-all solution.

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Depending on the application, hydrogen is a serious contender, using either fuel-cell electric power or internal combustion engines with traditional powertrains. There’s also advanced gasoline engines, biodiesel and renewable diesel, and hybrid powertrains. Jim Park and John Zelasko, chief sales officer at FEV North America, explore the various powertrain technologies likely to power tomorrow's fleets.

🎙 Today's topics include:

  • About FEV and its stake in the commercial vehicle market 

  • EV adoption rates on the heavy duty side of the trucking industry 

  • Level of interest among prospective buyers of battery-electric trucks 

  • Market fit for alternative-fuel solutions 

  • New engines or conversions for alternative fuels

  • How to keep diesel engines around a little longer

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