CleanBC, the British Columbia government's plan to promote a cleaner, more sustainable province, has renewed its Heavy Duty Vehicle Efficiency (HDVE) program. The program offers rebates of up to $150,000 for trucking fleets for vehicle technologies and equipment.The renewal of the HDVE program is great news for the trucking industry in British Columbia, as it provides an opportunity for fleets to reduce their carbon footprint and operating costs. By installing clean technologies, fleets can save money on fuel, reduce maintenance costs, and improve their overall efficiency.Trucking fleets that apply for the HDVE program must meet certain eligibility criteria, such as operating heavy-duty vehicles in British Columbia for at least 75% of their annual mileage, and demonstrating a commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality.By supporting the adoption of clean technologies in the trucking industry, CleanBC is helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality in British Columbia. The renewal of the HDVE program is just one example of the province's commitment to promoting a cleaner, more sustainable future for all British Columbians.Trucking fleets interested in applying for the HDVE program can visit the BCTA CleanBC Program for more information on eligibility criteria and how to apply.
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