Electric trucks promise many potential rewards for the
freight transportation industry — zero tailpipe emissions,
a quieter, cooler, more comfortable cab, easier driving
dynamics, less maintenance and better reliability compared
with their diesel counterparts.
But the experiences of fleets that have begun to deploy
these vehicles illustrate an elaborate set of challenges and
considerations associated with electrification.
While many of the benefits are proving out, there are several significant barriers to widespread adoption, including
high acquisition costs, complex infrastructure requirements
and basic financial questions such as the resale value of a
first-generation electric tractor. So, fleet's are left asking "Can we go electric?" Find out in this December's special report, available for download now.
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