Gage Zero Supports the National Zero-Emission Freight Corridor Strategy

EV charging infrastructure company supports the new strategy for accelerating zero-emission freight trucks and infrastructure unveiled by the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation and DOE

AUSTIN, TX – March 12, 2024  – Gage Zero LLC (Gage Zero), a fleet electrification solutions company that deploys and operates reliable electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, announced its support of the National Zero-Emission Freight Corridor Strategy unveiled by the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The plan was developed alongside the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and includes a four-phased approach to building out a network of medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicle (MHDEV) charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure across the United States between 2024 – 2040.

Gage Zero supports this landmark strategy and its thoughtful approach to building out medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicle (MHDEV) charging infrastructure where it will make the most meaningful impact. The plan recognizes the need for a phased approach that is centered on areas with heavy freight traffic and the highest community pollution improvements, combined with technology and private investment that is ready to be deployed.

As one of the providers of electric truck charging infrastructure for MHDEVs focused on enhancing community health while meeting the needs of the trucking industry, we recognize how important it is for the ecosystem to come together in a systematic way in order to make real progress.

“We stand behind the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, DOE, DOT, and EPA in these efforts,” said Zeina El-Azzi, Founder and CEO of Gage Zero, “and look forward to working with these agencies and other stakeholders to make this vision a reality.”