In today’s monthly newsletter, NACFE Executive Director Mike Roeth outlined plans for releasing reports based on the data collected from Run on Less – Electric:

The dust is settling from Run on Less – Electric and we have been out and about, literally around the world, sharing the early insights from the 10 training bootcamps to the 91 site interviews and the plethora of data from the Run itself. Wow, so much. Now we are currently looking for the best way to present the industry with all that we learned throughout the three weeks of the Run. Normally, following our Run on Less events, we publish one big report that captures everything we learned over the course of the Run.

For Run on Less – Electric we are taking a different approach and will be publishing a series of likely smaller reports on various aspect of the Run. Rick Mihelic, director of emerging technologies, is hard at work on a general report that will focus on how we selected the participating fleets, what we measured, charging cycles, drivers, regional factors, maintenance, duty cycles, downtime, TCO ramifications and more. We plan to publish that early in 2022.

In addition to that we also will be publishing market segment reports that align with the four market segments featured in the Run. The first will focus on terminal tractors and will likely be out in the spring. Yunsu Park, director of engineering, is beginning his deep dive into the data and we plan to release a data report in May at ACT Expo.