The Green Truck Association (GTA) was established in 2010 as an affiliate division of the NTEA, in recognition of the growing interest and demand for green products within the work truck industry. The goal of the GTA is to continue the progression of green work trucks through:
- Showcasing green trucks and technology developments
- Serving as the resource for legislative, regulatory and funding initiatives relevant to green truck development
- Supplying market data and technical resources relevant to green truck development
- Sharing timely news on green truck products and initiatives.
GTA Mission Statement
The mission of the GTA is to improve the efficiency and productivity of work trucks through the development and deployment of strategies to reduce diesel and gasoline consumption and the associated environmental impacts.
2015 Work Truck Electrification and Idle Management Study released
The 2015 Work Truck Electrification and Idle Management Study explores advanced vehicle technologies, showcasing directional trends on efficiency efforts. The report enables a more complete understanding of recent productivity developments, as well as expectations for the future, providing awareness of industry shifts.
This 20-page report shares the fleet perspective on:
- Use of engine-off electrification techniques
- Application of auxiliary battery pack systems
- Primary power generation systems in operation