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Firefly, Orange EV Deploy Tandem Pure-Electric Terminal Truck
Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

While diesel and gasoline engines will still be the main power source for commercial vehicles for the next decade, fleets are now testing and buying sustainable vehicle technologies in record numbers. That’s according to a new study of fleet use of sustainable vehicle platforms for medium- and heavy-duty fleets, such as natural gas, propane, electric, and renewable fuels.

August 12, 2020

Anheuser-Busch Adds RNG to its Growing Green Fleet
Valvoline Extends Drain Intervals for Diesel, Natural Gas Engines with New Oil
J.B. Hunt Makes First All-Electric Delivery with eCascadia
Nikola Inks Deal with Republic Services for 2,500 Electric Refuse Trucks
Red Hook Terminals Deploys Electric Truck Fleet
$27 Million for Zero-Emission Trucks in California
GreenPower Completes First EV Star CarGo+

GreenPower Completes First EV Star CarGo+

GreenPower has completed the first EV Star CarGo+ delivery box truck in collaboration with Marathon Truck Body of Santa Clarita, Calif., scheduled for customer delivery later this month.

August 10, 2020

HDT's Top Green Fleets 2020 Nominations Open

HDT's Top Green Fleets 2020 Nominations Open

Heavy Duty Trucking is once again looking to honor fleets that have made a commitment to sustainability, alternative fuels, and lowering greenhouse gas emissions through fuel efficiency and other means as HDT's 2020 Top Green Fleets.

August 7, 2020

Cummins Awarded Nearly $7 Million in DOE Grants
Lordstown Motors Corp. to List on NASDAQ

Lordstown Motors Corp. to List on NASDAQ

Lordstown will list on NASDAQ through a merger with DiamondPeak Holdings Corp. The EV maker has received more than 27,000 pre-orders for its Endurance electric pickup, primarily from commercial fleet customers.

August 4, 2020

Nikola Could Roll Electric Trucks Off the Line by Late 2021

Nikola Could Roll Electric Trucks Off the Line by Late 2021

Electric heavy-duty trucks – including a Euro-style high cabover for the North American market – could begin driving off the assembly line at Nikola's new Coolidge, Arizona, manufacturing facility in as little as 12-14 months, albeit in hand-built, very limited numbers.

August 3, 2020

Lordstown Debuts Electric Endurance “Tough Truck” Video
Penske Deploys Heavy-Duty Battery-Electric Truck with Core-Mark