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2020

Freight Waves I November 9, 2020

“PACCAR Puts Charge Into Electric Trucks With Infrastructure Plan”
Faith Technologies will handle the integration between Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks, charging  hardware, and the network software. It will conduct site assessment, energy modeling and engineering by customer and maintain the charging equipment.



Constructech | November 5, 2020

“Constructech Announces the 2020 Constructech Women in Construction”
Gender bias or females being underrepresented at the jobsite has not stopped this year’s women from being named to the 2020 Constructech Women in Construction list. The good news is that women are making up ground in construction and we are proud to honor some of these amazing leaders this year.



Heavy Duty Trucking Magazine | October 26, 2020

“Electric-Truck Adoption Connected to Charging Infrastructure Development”
Fleet adoption of medium- and heavy-duty electric vehicles means more than just acquiring the trucks. It also means having places to charge those trucks — and it’s not as simple as plugging a Nissan Leaf into a port in your garage or a parking space at Whole Foods.



EC&M | October 16, 2020

“Faith Technologies Debuts “Charged!” Safety Videos”
Faith Technologies, based in Menasha, Wis., recently debuted its Charged! video series, designed to illustrate how the company is putting safety and productivity at the forefront of its actions and share procedures that others can implement into their own organizations.



AGC of America, ConstructorCast Podcast | October 13, 2020

“Construction Safety Excellence Showcase”
The 2021 competition is now open for one of the country’s most rigorous business safety competitions – AGC’s Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA), sponsored by Willis Towers Watson. This episode highlights AGC-member Faith Technologies – the 2020 Grand Award Winner. Faith’s CEO Mike Jansen and their VP of Safety Rocky Rowlett talk about their safety program, their video series called Charged! and share some of their very own best safety practices.



PacLease Blog | October 13, 2020

“Electric Fleets are Coming, and the Time to Prepare is Now”
Faith Technologies is an industry leader in the design and execution of large-scale electrical solutions.  In collaboration with PACCAR and PacLease, we are helping fleets of all sizes develop and execute their electrification strategies.



TPS | October 12, 2020

“PacLease Finding High Interest in Leasing Electric Trucks”
With the advent of electric trucks becoming a reality, PacLease is finding high interest from customers wanting to explore going green by leasing Kenworth and Peterbilt medium-duty cabover battery-electric trucks.



Facility Safety Management | October 5, 2020

“Faith Technologies Debuts Charged! Safety Video Series”
The video series highlights the importance of safety in the construction industry and the ways Faith Technologies makes safety a top priority. As the winner of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) – Willis Towers Watson 2020 Construction Safety Excellence Award, Faith Technologies is sharing its vision of safety and bringing the industry along on their journey to reach zero jobsite incidents.



Energy Central | September 28, 2020

“Renewable Energy Reports Construction on Wind Turbine in Albert Lea, Minnesota”
Renewable Energy Group broke ground for a single wind turbine that will provide power to the company’s biorefinery in Albert Lea, Minnesota. This project will provide locally sourced, clean electrical power, lowering the carbon footprint of the biodiesel plant.



Atlanta Business Chronicle | September 25, 2020

“Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers: Large Employer (500-4,999 Employees) Recognized”
Faith Technologies was recognized for its commitment to employee health and exceptional corporate wellness programming by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. We were recognized in the Large category (500 – 4,999 employees) for our efforts promoting health and wellness within our organizations, and ranked No. 2.



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