Electrification of trucks and buses can bring many benefits, including lower energy use, emissions, and operating costs (e.g., fuel and maintenance). However, compared to conventional trucks, these vehicles currently cost more up front, often have reduced range, and must depend on limited charging infrastructure. Efforts to address these limitations are making substantial progress, and leading experts expect electric trucks to be widespread by 2040. This paper updates an earlier paper by the same title, summarizing the current state of play on such issues as electric truck benefits and challenges, current and imminent models, charging, electric rates, and policies to promote electric trucks.

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Publisher: ACEEE

Date: June 10, 2021

Countries: United States

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