Electric Trucks

Fully electric trucks, often referred to as commercial battery electric trucks, are reaching wider-scale consideration as truck, engine, and other component makers are developing the systems that will support such vehicles. Battery and power-electronic development has progressed to make these trucks viable in certain applications. These trucks will have many benefits (more renewable energy, simpler design, etc.), but come with challenges (need for new infrastructure, development investments, etc.).

To date, NACFE has published four Guidance Reports on a range of topics related to commercial battery electric vehicles and will continue to study developments in this rapidly changing segment of the trucking industry.

Electric Trucks: Where They Make Sense

Medium-Duty Electric Trucks: Cost Of Ownership

Amping Up: Charging Infrastructure For Electric Trucks

Viable Class 7/8 Electric, Hybrid, And Alternative Fuel Tractors

Electric Trucks In Regional Haul Project