AMP Holding, Inc. says its Workhorse subsidiary is a Silver Sponsor at the upcoming High Efficiency Truck User Forum (HTUF) in Chicago, Iill Oct. 7-9.
The HTUF event represents the process for making change happen in the high efficiency truck and bus arena. Steve Burns, CEO of Workhorse, will speak on the “Zero Emission Truck and Bus Breakthrough” panel at the conference.
In addition to its key role as an HTUF sponsor, the company will have its all-electric Workhorse medium-duty step van available for participants in the Ride and Drive program.
This event marks the first time in public that prospective customers will have the opportunity to see, and ride, in the Workhorse E-100 All-Electric Walk-In van.
Powered by a dual-Remy motor drive train with energy supplied by a 100 KwH battery pack, the Workhorse E-100 has a range of 80 to 100 miles on a charge, the company says.