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Partnership to Test B100 Biodiesel System in High-Mileage Class 8 Trucks
Workhorse Group to Unveil New C650 Electric Step Van at NTEA Work Truck Show
Daimler Trucks Launches Global Electric-Truck Charging Initiative

Daimler Trucks Launches Global Electric-Truck Charging Initiative

A global initiative to set up charging infrastructure for battery-electric commercial trucks launched by Daimler will initially push to establish in the U.S. and Europe charging stations at truck terminals and shops; what Daimler refers to as “depot charging.”

February 18, 2020

Kenworth to Work with Meritor on Electric T680

Kenworth to Work with Meritor on Electric T680

Meritor and Kenworth will partner on developing an electric Kenworth T680E, reported to be a short-hood day cab in tractor with an operating range between 100 to 150 miles, depending on application.

February 13, 2020

Rocketail Aero Device Now Retracts in Collisions

Rocketail Aero Device Now Retracts in Collisions

Rocketail XR is an upgrade of the Rocketail aerodynamic systems for reducing tail-end drag on semi-trailers. It addresses the problem of aerodynamic trailer boat tails sustaining damage on impact with loading docks or other objects.

February 13, 2020

M713 Ecopia Drive Tire Saves Fuel and Extends Tread Life
Chanje and BTCPower Partner for Electric Truck Fast Charging
Volvo: It Takes More than the Truck to Switch to Electric Power
Southern California Gas to Deploy 30 Ultra-Low Emissions Trucks
Nikola Unveils Zero-Emission Pickup Truck

Nikola Unveils Zero-Emission Pickup Truck

With an estimated range of 600 miles, Nikola's new Badger electric pickup is designed to target and exceed every electric or gasoline pickup in its class.

February 10, 2020

ChargePoint and Natso Collaborate to Expand EV Charging
Nikola to Build Tre Electric Truck for Europe in Germany
UPS Continues Investment in Renewable Natural Gas Fleet
Los Angeles Commits to 100% Electric Refuse Fleet

Los Angeles Commits to 100% Electric Refuse Fleet

Los Angeles Sanitation has committed to transitioning its entire refuse truck fleet to zero-emission trucks by 2035. All LA Sanitation’s truck procurement will be 100% electric within the next two years.

February 4, 2020

Electric Trucks Dominate Future-Tech Panel at Aftermarket Meeting