Electric Freight

Mid-America Freight Coalition 

See the article below on experiences with electric trucks and follow the metrics on electric trucks operating today.

More than a dozen electric trucks will be measured over three weeks along their usual delivery routes to tally the amount of carbon they emit. This is part of a Run on Less program aimed at measuring efficiency in trucking that is a collaboration between the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE) and RMI. The article Truckers Lead the Charge to Go Electric can be found on the Run on Less website here: Runonless.com.

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