MTAs GrEEEn program launches second phase

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WINNIPEG, Man. — The Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) is now accepting applications for the second phase of its GrEEEn (Economic, and Environmentally Efficient) Trucking Program.


The GrEEEn Trucking program offers incentives on green technologies, such as low rolling resistance tires, aerodynamic tractors and trailers, trailer side skirts, auxiliary power units, and tractor-trailer gap fairings.


The MTA, together with Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, the Centre for Sustainable Transportation, and the University of Manitoba Transport Institute, launched the program’s first phase in the spring.


Participants are required to invest a minimum of $2,000 in technologies to be eligible for rebates. These rebates range from 15% up to 25% (maximum $2,500 per unit) of the company’s capital investment.


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