Fleet Charging Infrastructure: Medium & Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Medium and heavy-duty trucks make up approximately 4% of vehicles in the United States but account for 26% of the transportation sector’s greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). Many states are enacting regulations and policy aiming to push fleet owners of medium and heavy-duty vehicles toward zero emission vehicles (ZEVs).
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With passenger, or light-duty, EVs finding their groove in the transportation industry, the electrification transition has begun to turn more towards medium- and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDVs). As U.S. sales and registrations of MHDVs continue to rise, so too will electricity demand to charge vehicles.
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