GM, Navistar team up to build hydrogen powered heavy trucks

first_imgDETROIT (AP) — In about three years, Navistar plans to start selling low-emission hydrogen-powered heavy trucks under a partnership with General Motors and a small distribution company called OneH2. The venture announced Wednesday is an early commercial deployment of the technology in U.S. long-haul trucking. Navistar hopes it will start widespread use of hydrogen-electric trucks, which will reduce greenhouse gas emissions that come from burning diesel fuel. GM will provide fuel cells to Navistar. OneH2 will set up fueling stations either by trucking hydrogen to terminals or through small hydrogen generation units. Trucking company J.B Hunt will use test trucks in a pilot program starting toward the end of next year.last_img read more

Weather wins at Batesville

first_imgBATESVILLE, Ark. – The combination of too much rain and not enough time to get work on the race track done added up to postponement of Batesville Motor Speedway’s Mid-American IMCA Modified Championship, originally scheduled for this Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 21.New races dates will be announced as soon as they are confirmed. More information is available by calling 870 251-0011.last_img