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Meet Cummins' New Natural Gas Truck Engine [Video]

Meet Cummins' New Natural Gas Truck Engine [Video]

Cummins is betting its new X15N 15-liter natural gas engine is going to change the market for natural-gas-powered trucks. HDT's Jim Park explores why in this episode of HDT Talks Trucking.

June 29, 2022

3 Steps to Implement a Polyfuel Strategy for Your Fleet
Cummins Returns to its Pioneering Roots to Meet Emissions Goals
Behind the News: Clean-Truck Trends from ACT Expo [Video]
Battery-Electric Isn't the Only Pathway to Zero-Emissions Trucks [Video]
5 Takeaways from ACT Expo 2022

5 Takeaways from ACT Expo 2022

HDT Senior Contributing Editor Jack Roberts shares his top take-aways from ACT Expo. Mainly, not to count the internal combustion engine out just yet.

May 20, 2022

Cummins CEO: Get on the Path to Net-Zero Emissions
Cummins Debuts 15L Hydrogen Engine

Cummins Debuts 15L Hydrogen Engine

In addition to a hydrogen internal-combustion engine slated for production in five years, Cummins displayed fuel-cell-electric, battery-electric, natural-gas and propane engine technologies at ACT Expo.

May 11, 2022

On the Glide Path to Net Zero

On the Glide Path to Net Zero

What are the current promises and challenges of alternative fuels and clean-vehicle technologies for commercial fleets? An industry panel discusses the State of Sustainable Fleets at ACT Expo.

May 10, 2022

Westport Unveils Hydrogen-Combustion Fuel System
Fuel-Cell Trucks and the Sleeper Enigma

Fuel-Cell Trucks and the Sleeper Enigma

Will the future of long-haul heavy-duty trucks be hydrogen or battery-electric? NACFE's Rick Mihelic points out an important factor that no one's talking about.

April 21, 2022

Why These Fleets Use Renewable Diesel Fuel
USDA to Boost Production of Homegrown Biofuels
Zeus’ First Electric Work Trucks Are Designed for Utilities
The ‘Messy Middle’ On The Road To Decarbonized Trucking

The ‘Messy Middle’ On The Road To Decarbonized Trucking

The years between 2020 and 2040 have been described as the “messy middle” as the trucking industry works out the best ways for fleets to cut carbon emissions. HDT's Deborah Lockridge thinks we’re starting to see just that.

March 24, 2022

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