Warehousing and Logistics
As humans work closely with machines now more than ever, e-Mission Control (eMC) understands the importance of operational efficiency within complex supply chains. We work with owners of warehousing facilities and logistics operators to enroll equipment in clean fuel programs. eMC will also register qualifying equipment like electric vehicle charging stations, hybrid and battery-electric transportation refrigeration units (eTRUs), electric cargo handling equipment (eCHE), and electric on-road medium- and heavy-duty trucks.
The passage of California’s Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) Rule and Oregon’s Clean Trucks Rule requires that medium- and heavy-duty trucks start transitioning from diesel to zero-emission. eMC offers a comprehensive approach to fleet management within the LCFS or CFP programs and guides our partners in expanding their electric fleets with funding opportunities and inclusion in our OEM partner network. As we help you leverage the revenue from LCFS and CFP to offset compliance costs, eMC is truly a trusted partner to help meet your fleet electrification goals.
Eligible Electric Equipment
- Pallet Jacks
- Order Pickers
- Walkie Riders
- Reach Stackers
- Class 6-8 Trucks
For electric truck fleets spanning Class 1, light duty through Class 8, heavy duty vehicles, visit our EV estimator
For hybrid-electric transport refrigeration units (eTRUs), estimate the value of your equipment with our eTRU credit estimator
No matter the size of your eMHE fleet, e-Mission Control is ready to get your electric equipment enrolled. For a quick estimate on your California LCFS credit value, go to our eMHE estimator.
No matter the size of your eMHE fleet, e-Mission Control is ready to get your electric equipment enrolled. For a quick estimate on your Oregon CFP credit value, go to our eMHE estimator.
For more information about clean fuel programs and how your company can participate, contact us today through our request consultation form or
at 1-833-ZeroCO2 (1-833-937-6262).