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The NTEA held its annual Work Truck Show at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana recently. Close to 12,000 vocational vehicle and trade professionals attended the show from across the U.S., Puerto Rico and 22 countries.

“There was a lot of energy in the building,” said Steve Carey, NTEA executive director. “Attendees were excited to check out the latest trucks, equipment and technology on the exhibit floor, to test new vehicles during the ride-and-drive and to take advantage of more than 60 learning opportunities throughout the week.”

Products and technologies from a wide variety of companies were on display. Advances in work truck efficiencies were highlighted, and included electrification, solar power,  and advanced fuel powertrains.

“The Green Truck Summit is unique because it brings together industry, academia and regulators to find the common ground moving forward,” Carey said. This year’s event featured representatives from California Air Resources Board, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Transport Canada, Union of Concerned Scientists, U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency presenting alongside leading OEM engineers and fleet customers.

The 2018 Work Truck Show will once again take place in Indianapolis on March 6–9, 2018.

Below are some photos of ClipperCreek featured with the Motiv chassis at the Ford booth with it’s CS-3 Phase EV charging station, most commonly used for trucks, buses and other large electric vehicles.