Green Truck Association (GTA) was established in 2010 as an affiliate division of 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 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.

Interested in the future of alternative fuel technology?
During the Green Truck Summit, held in conjunction with The Work Truck Show
® 2016, industry experts will provide insights and trends, as well as an overview of fuel and technology developments expected in the next few years. Learn more.

The Work Truck Show 2016 is scheduled Tuesday, March 1 through Friday, March 4, 2016 at the Indiana Convention Center (Indianapolis, Indiana). Educational sessions and the Green Truck Summit begin March 1, with exhibits open March 2. NEW in 2016: Learn more about expanded curriculum that unites Work Truck Show and Green Truck Summit education.

Lightweight and Advanced Technology Demo display at The Work Truck Show 2016
On March 2–4, during The Work Truck Show 2016, the Green Truck Association and the Lightweight Materials Technology Council will present the Lightweight and Advanced Technology Demo display, showcasing fuel-saving components and technology for work trucks. Attendees can see firsthand how current product and equipment offerings can help reduce fuel utilization and improve productivity over the life of a vehicle. Learn more.

Industry & Member News
Mack Trucks green-lights renewable diesel fuel

Following extensive truck and engine testing, Mack Trucks has approved the use of renewable diesel fuel in all Mack engines.

Thursday, January 21, 2016