Clean Fuels Awareness Webinar Series: Medium-Duty Box Trucks - aerial view of delivery box van on the road

Medium-Duty Box Trucks Clearing the Air: Clean Fuels Awareness Webinar Series

Feb. 28, 2024  3:00pm - 4:00pm Virtual webinar - Invitation only

Update: The webinar has ended. Scroll down for the video recording.

While we expect that electrification is likely to be a key component in the transition to clean transportation for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles (MHDVs), we recognize that it will not be feasible for all classes, and there will also be a period of transition as the existing stock of fossil-powered vehicles remain on the road for the next 20 to 25 years. Consequently, alternative fuels can and will play a key role in reducing emissions from MHDVs. However, this role will differ significantly from different classes and vocations, which will be explored in the Clearing the Air: Clean Fuels Awareness Webinar Series.

This invitation-only series of webinars will discuss the real-world experiences with transitioning to alternative fuels for each vehicle class, and how alternative fuels fit within the decarbonization pathways for MHDV vocations.

For more information contact Hongyu Xiao, senior analyst with the Pembina Institute's transportation program.


  • Bruce Winchester, Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance
  • Devin O’Grady, Canadian Fuels Association
  • Fred Ghatala, Advanced Biofuels Canada
  • Maike Althaus, Canadian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association

Watch the recording


Other webinars in the series

Urban Transit Buses (January 30)

  • Michael McDonald, New Flyer
  • Joey Cyples, Enbridge

Long-Haul Freight (February 5)

  • Philip Horacek, Transition Accelerator
  • Nicholas Roberts, CPCS
  • Ian Thomson, Advanced Biofuels Canada
  • Bruce Winchester, Canadian Natural Gas Vehicle Alliance 
  • Johanne Whitmore, HEC Montreal

Regional Haul (March 1)

  • Cindy Bailey, Purolator
  • Carolyn Kim, UPS
  • Robert Stasko, Canadian Hydrogen Fuel Cell Association


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