State of Sustainable Fleets Virtual Launch Event

The State of Sustainable Fleets: Clean Fleets After COVID

Join industry experts as we launch this year’s market update and see what the latest fleet data tells us about our new clean fleet reality.


8:30 AM – 9:45 AM (PT)
11:30 AM – 12:45 PM (ET)

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About the Report

The State of Sustainable Fleets report gathers real-world data directly from early-adopter fleets across the U.S. to provide deep sector-specific insights into the adoption of natural gas, propane, battery electric, and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, against a baseline of diesel and gasoline vehicles. The analysis includes public, private, and for-hire fleets, including school, municipal/shuttle, urban delivery, refuse, utility, transit, short-haul, and long-haul sectors. This first-of-its-kind report includes unique insights into vehicle sale trends, anticipated vehicle development timelines, real-world infrastructure and fuel costs, and the growing adoption of renewable fuels.

The on-road transportation industry is at a pivotal moment.

Key factors and major market forces are aligning to make this a critical time for the future of the industry.

Emissions on the Rise

With global greenhouse gas emissions and smog-forming pollutants continuing to rise, the industry is under growing pressure to rapidly adopt and deploy clean vehicle technologies.

Competing Technologies Emerging

Multiple promising vehicle technologies are emerging simultaneously, with more industry investment fueling innovation than ever before.

Mounting Sustainability Pressures

Globally, private companies and public regulators are stepping up to set ambitious sustainability goals and putting aggressive strategies in place to meet them.

Pace of Technology Quickening

After decades of research and development, the industry is moving from pilot projects to deployments of new technologies in real-world applications across sectors.

Determining a Path Forward

On-road fleets are weighing their options to determine which zero and near-zero emission vehicles can meet their operational needs—today and well into the future.