Doyle Sumrall, NTEA managing director, (left) addresing Green Truck Summit
INDIANAPOLIS. Speakers here on a kickoff panel of the annual Green Truck Summit, held in conjunction with this week’s NTEA Work Truck Show, made one thing clear—alternative fuels for trucking will remain a matter of considerable choice, and for years to come. For example, Doyle Sumrall, NTEA managing director, pointed out that the “infrastructure is growing for public stations” offering a range of alternative fuels— including biodiesel, compressed natural gas ...
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