What does the road to electrification look like for transport refrigeration units (TRUs)?
Heavy Duty Trucking Equipment Editor Jim Park sat down with Paul Kroes from Thermo King to discuss what the path to electrifying TRUs looks like for fleets.
Products in the evolve portfolio can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Thermo King’s zero-emissions product offerings, align with Trane Technologies 2030 Sustainability Commitments to reduce customer greenhouse gas emissions by 1 billion metric tons.
Learn the barriers and future solutions to Battery Electric TRU (BETRU) adoption and what fleets can expect.
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Zero-emission (ZE) trucks
Fleets looking to transition to ZE trucks should be aware of CARB regulations, the challenges of integration, and the total cost of ownership.
Creating Customer Value and a Sustainable Future through Electrification
Karin De Bondt, President of Thermo King Americas: ‘Restoring our Earth’ is the theme of Earth Day 2021, offering the perfect opportunity to reflect on the many ways we all can make a difference to ensure that our world is a safe, healthy, and sustainable environment for future generations. Here at Thermo King, this is an everyday challenge that we boldly embrace – and electrification is a driving force.
The Chanje project is the first in a series of field tests. By developing all-electric, refrigerated vehicles in partnership with vehicle original equipment manufacturers, we can learn more about how our products work with electric vehicles and ultimately deliver new technology to our customers.
Thermo King worked with Walmart for its first-ever trial of a refrigerated trailer operated on battery electricity in the U.S. late last year.