ZF North America is joining the SmartWay Transport Partnership, establishing the groundwork to identify and collect data needed to quantify emissions-related benefits.
The partnership builds on the manufacturer’s recent enrolment in DTE Energy’s MIGreenPower renewable energy program, which allows businesses to attribute a percentage of electricity use to wind and solar projects.
ZF has committed to reaching net zero carbon emissions by 2040.
Its emission-reducing products include the OptiFlow AutoTail aerodynamic trailer boat tail that automatically deploys and retracts.
SmartWay was established in 2004.
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