Medium- and light-duty trucks are the fastest-growing fuel users and greenhouse gas producers in the United States, according to the U.S. Energy Department. The Inflation Reduction Act amended a few tax incentives to accelerate adoption of electric cars, ...
From navigating changing policy and incentive programs to evaluating continually changing technology, the successful adoption of zero-emissions transportation technology is a complex journey that many organizations are in the early stages of making.
Adoption of zero-emissions transportation varies widely, from electric vehicles — which are becoming well-established options in consumer markets — to hydrogen and biofuel options for harder-to-decarbonize industries, such as aviation and shipping, that have had limited pilot programs. Each technology and industry is evolving independently, with no single solution available to meet every demand.
As technology evolves, leading organizations are focused on integrating changes in technology with business operations to maximize the benefit of new investments. Changes in transportation technology are causing organizations to reevaluate how operations are structured, to identify transformations and transitions that can bring increased opportunity.
Explore this growing library of key topics and perspectives from 1898 & Co. on where zero-emissions transportation technology is going and what organizations are doing to implement a greener future.