Ed Chipalowsky

vehicle service and support manager, North American Council for Freight Efficiency

Ed Chipalowsky is vehicle service and support manager for the North American Council for Freight Efficiency (NACFE). In this role he will be reaching out to OEMs, fleets, vendors, and municipalities to learn about their challenges in not only developing curriculum for EV technicians but also how to recruit and develop future EV techs. Chipalowsky has an extensive background in trucking and education. He has more than 40 years’ experience as a technician manager and trainer including serving as a diesel technology instructor in both college and career and technical education high schools. 

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Employees & Training

In the midst of change, trucking needs to foster excitement

May 23, 2023
As we plug our way through the messy middle of zero emissions and technological transformations, it's important to keep the industry's younger members engaged.
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Emissions & Efficiency

Are hydrogen engines the answer?

March 16, 2023
Along with being used in fuel cells, hydrogen can also fuel internal combustion engines. And while not always being the most efficient, fleets may find they are the most proficient...
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Emissions & Efficiency

Maybe it’s not so simple

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Achieving a reduction in emissions and fossil fuel use in transportation may not be as simple as abandoning the diesel-powered ship as developments have proven significant improvements...
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Emissions & Efficiency

Moving on from a one-fuel-fits-all scenario

Jan. 16, 2023
Advances in powertrain technologies along with federal and state mandates for lower emissions continues to drive the development of more than one fuel type for commercial vehicle...