Peterbilt Pacific is Leading the Charge with Two Electric Trucks
The British Columbia Trucking Association hosted the Province’s first Low and Zero Emission Commercial Vehicle Summit, held at Martini Studios in Langley, BC on Friday, November 4th. Peterbilt Pacific had the opportunity to showcase its two EV trucks, the medium-duty 220EV and heavy-duty 579EV. The purpose of this event was to showcase the next generation of low-and zero-emission commercial vehicles for academia, municipalities and media.
Guest speakers at the event included Rob Fleming, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure and Bruce Ralston, Minister of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation. Emphasis was made on the CleanBC initiative and the various programs and grants available to businesses and municipalities.
Peterbilt Pacific is committed to supporting businesses and municipalities that are interested in a heavy-duty EV solution for their fleet. Additionally, throughout November and December, multiple businesses have already reserved their booking to test drive the 579EV. Furthermore, with the industry continuing to still feel the effects of supply chain shortages, production of the Peterbilt EV has been lingering. With Peterbilt Pacific having two ready-to-drive EVs and chargers installed at three locations throughout the lower mainland, they are paving the way and leading the charge with Commercial EVS. Lastly, for businesses interested in what a Commercial EV and EV charger will look like in their fleet, contact your local Peterbilt Pacific dealer.