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US truck industry prepares for GHG Phase II

US truck industry prepares for GHG Phase II

In February 2014, President Obama called for new heavy duty (HD) truck emissions standards. A draft of the proposed Phase II greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel economy rule is expected to be published in June 2015. After a period of consultation, the final Phase II rule will be published in 2016.

Automotive World spoke to key truck industry stakeholders to gauge their views on the longer-term implications of a tightening of the current GHG standards.

This exclusive Automotive World report presents a snapshot of the US trucking community’s views ahead of the Phase II final rule, and includes exclusive insight from:

  • Sean Waters, Director, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Daimler Trucks North America
  • Wade Long, Product Marketing Director, Volvo Trucks North America
  • Mihai Dorobantu, Director, Technology Planning & Government Affairs, Eaton
  • Jamie Scarcelli, Vice President – Corporate Strategy and Governmental Affairs, Wabash National Corporation
  • Scott Perry, Vice President of Supply Management and Global Fuel Products,
    Ryder System
  • Doug Hatfield, Managing Director, Heavy Vehicles NA, Exa Corporation
  • Steve Tam, Vice President – Commercial Vehicle Sector, ACT Research
  • Mike Roeth, Executive Director, North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE)
  • Ian Graig, Chief Executive, Global Policy Group
  • Chris Fisher, Senior Commercial Vehicles Analyst, Power Systems Research

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Introduction – preparing for GHG Phase II
  • Phase I – key points
  • Phase II – the likely key points
  • How to meet future targets
  • In anticipation – 2020 and beyond

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