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Alastair Hayfield

Alastair has over 10 years’ experience leading research activities in scaled, high-growth industrial and technology markets. At Interact Analysis he is responsible for electric trucks and buses, autonomous trucks and off-highway electrification. Read More

 

Electrification generally is gaining traction around the world for a variety of reasons including government legislation and incentives; rapidly improving total cost of ownership (TCO) for electric vehicles (EVs); and the possibility to develop new business models.
Light duty last mile commercial vehicles are amongst the first to adopt alternative fuels in part because they use a ‘hub and spoke’ distribution model that is particularly well suited to the current level of technology in electrification, as well as the current state of the necessary infrastructure.

 

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Alastair has over 10 years’ experience leading research activities in scaled, high-growth industrial and technology markets. At Interact Analysis he is responsible for electric trucks and buses, autonomous trucks and off-highway electrification. Read More