The road to decarbonizing medium- and heavy-duty (MHD) trucking won’t be without speed bumps. But that hasn’t stopped ambitious trailblazers from pushing boundaries and creating solutions that will drive the industry toward a zero-emission future. With newly installed charging depots for trucks, increased pressures to reduce Scope 3 emissions and the release of fully electric Class 8 vehicles, a new era for MHD decarbonization is coming.
But there’s no denying that bottlenecks exist, and reaching ambitious goals will require continued coordination among carriers, shippers, utilities, charging companies and automotive manufacturers.
Collaborate with industry leaders addressing and solving some of the most pressing challenges in MHD electrification. You will:
1. Hear the analysis from NACFE’s Run On Less — Electric DEPOT project.
2. Learn from EDF+Business about how to take advantage of federal funding.
3. Collaborate with leaders on best practices from across the industry.
Leave the workshop having learned key insights from practitioners who have begun electrifying their fleets. The workshop will cover which duty cycles and locations are best to electrify, helping to achieve the highest value from transitioning to electric trucks. It will include discussions on federal incentives, charging infrastructure, and leveraging partnerships across the industry. You’ll be able to share best practices and field potential new collaborations.
Breakout Table 1 Leader: Prologis
Breakout Table 2 Leader: Tesla
Breakout Table 3 Leader: Forum Mobility
Breakout Table 4 Leader: Neste
Breakout Table 5 Leader: Sysco
Breakout Table 6 Leader: Breakthrough
Breakout Table 7 Leader: NACFE + EDF+Business
Breakout Table 8 Leader: Wells Fargo
Breakout Table 9 Leader: TBA