Green Fleet

Fleet Interest in Idle Management Tech Rising

August 07, 2015

Image courtesy of NTEA.
Image courtesy of NTEA.

A new study from the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) has found increasing interest among fleets in idle management and electrification technologies.

Specifically, the survey data shows increased use of work truck efficiency activities, including use of engine-off electrification techniques, application of auxiliary battery pack systems, and primary power generation systems in operation.

The NTEA conducted the study in conjunction with its Green Truck Association (GTA) affiliate division earlier this year.

Click here for the complete Work Truck Electrification and Idle Management Survey.

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