HDT editors honored for climate change coverage, Q&A with UPS on EVs & exploring EPA 2027 and beyond.
 

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Regulators have set aggressive reduction targets for NOx, a byproduct of high-temperature...

EPA 2027 and Beyond: How Will New Low-NOx Rules Affect Fleets?

The transition to zero-emission trucks is going to be messy and difficult, and EPA’s low-NOx rules, coming in 2027, are not making things any easier. In this article, we break down how the trucking industry is facing it all.

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The first of 10 battery-electric Freightliner eCascadias at UPS' Compton, California, facilities.

Q&A: UPS' Anthony Marshall on the Parcel Carrier's First Class 8 Electric Truck

Anthony Marshall, vice president of maintenance and engineering for the UPS transportation fleet, spoke to HDT about how its new Freightliner eCascadia fits into the company’s operations, driver reaction, figuring return on investment, UPS' sustainability goals, and more.

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EPA’s 2027 Low-NOx Rules and the Coming Prebuy [Video]

EPA’s 2027 Low-NOx Rules and the Coming Prebuy [Video]

The EPA's new ultralow-NOx emissions rules give truck and engine makers less than three years to pull off a minor engineering miracle. Will fleets pre-buy trucks ahead of the deadline?

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Five Heavy Duty Trucking editors have been named finalists in the 69th Jesse H. Neal Awards...

HDT Editors Honored for Technical, Climate Change Coverage

Five Heavy Duty Trucking editors have been named finalists in the 69th Jesse H. Neal Awards honoring business-to-business (B2B) journalism.

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The First Element high-capacity mobile refueler uses liquid hydrogen.

Hyundai, FirstElement Testing Fuel-Cell Trucks, Hydrogen Fueling Network

FirstElement Fuel’s Class A licensed drivers are piloting three Xcient Fuel Cell trucks on routes throughout California.

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What Fleets Should Consider When Selecting an Alt Fuel Powertrain

What Fleets Should Consider When Selecting an Alt Fuel Powertrain

Here are six key factors for heavy-duty truck fleets to consider when selecting an alternative fuel powertrain, according to NACFE's latest report.

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