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Vehicle Electrification Technology Council

The Vehicle Electrification Technology Council (VETC) serves to explore potential efficiency and performance benefits of vehicle electrification, and provide a mechanism for identifying and promoting useful electrification technologies within the work truck market. To help facilitate increased adoption of work truck electrification technologies, the VETC will facilitate education; work to remove road blocks; and resolve identified issues.

Charter Members:

Ted Barron, Alabama Power Co Nick Hennen, Exergonix Inc.  
Brad Bisaillon, Trojan Battery  Volker Hohensee, Espar Products 
Merritt Becker, Cummins Crosspoint LLC  Mira Inbar, Dow Kokam 
Bruce Beegle, Vanner Inc  Matt Jarmuz, Odyne Systems 
John Bishop, Espar Heater Systems  Dean Jones, Duke Energy Corporation
Tom Bockelmann, Remy Inc  Fadi Joubran, Polytek Inc 
Scott Carson, Smith Electric Vehicles  Alex Jowa, Ford Commercial Truck 
Chris Collet, Vanner Inc  Pierre (Pete) Latulippe, Mobile Power Solutions 
Alec Cook, Vanner Inc  Jason Lee, Maxwell Technologies 
Aashish Dala, Southern California Edison  Tom Lowder, Trojan Battery 
Doug Dean, Vanner Inc  Bill Mammen, Odyne Systems, LLC
Jeff Esfeld, Via Motors Inc  George Pelton, Allison Transmission 
Fred Feres, Exide Technologies  Fred Pickering, AAP Inc  
John Fischer, Leggett & Platt Commercial Vehicle Products Bret Reinhardt, Sun Power Technologies
Gary Ford, Fleet Electrical Service Inc  John Rinkenbaugh, Muncie Power Products 
Alan Frampton, International Truck Jim Steffen, ServiceMaster 

Dale Glubrecht, Remy Inc  

Matt Stewart, Jefferson County, WA
Mark Greer, Altec Doyle Sumrall, NTEA 
J Raymond (Ray) Haering, Florida Power & Light   Joceyln (Joe) Vigeant, Mobile Power Solutions 
Bill Harris, AAP Inc  Chris Weiss, Knapheide Mfg Co.
  Terry Zeigler, Bergstrom Inc  

Objectives

  • Near-term
    • Develop and present a vehicle electrification session at the Work Truck Show and Green Truck Summit, and provide a quarterly article for inclusion in the GTA Insider. (Note: to subscribe to the GTA Insider e-newsletter, please send your email address to wendi@ntea.com).
  • Longer-term
    • Develop and present white papers and webinars
    • Work to build the vehicle electrification content on greentruckassociation.com 
    • Focus on the resolution of issues or barriers as they are identified
    • Work to support the growth and effectiveness of the GTA

Standards

Steve Latin-Kasper, NTEA’s director of Market Data and Research, presented results of the VETC Vehicle Electrification Survey to the Committee. This survey provided VETC meeting attendees with insights into what fleets are currently electrifying on their trucks, as well as future plans for electrification.  (Note: the GTA subsequently published a whitepaper: Growing Interest in Electrification Systems; all GTA members received a copy of the report.)