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The Future is Now: Upcoming Hybrid and Electric Trucks and Vans
22 Questions to Answer Before Installing EV Charging Depots

22 Questions to Answer Before Installing EV Charging Depots

The answers will dictate site design, energy management considerations, software needs, home charging requirements, and fleet policy updates. Without the proper attention, fleet operators face ballooning and unexpected costs.

May 20, 2021

Q&A: Volvo Sees Hydrogen as Key Player in Green Trucking
Global News Roundup: Transitioning to Electric Trucks
A Roadmap for U.S. Postal Service Electrification

A Roadmap for U.S. Postal Service Electrification

There are many unanswered questions regarding Oshkosh Defense’s $6 billion contract with USPS, including whether an electric prototype or a “swappable” drivetrain even exists. Yet there are ways to achieve electrification of the USPS fleet and avoid living with Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s ham-handed decision for decades to come.

March 31, 2021

Heavy Payloads and Commercial EV Range — a Real-World Test
DOE Sustainable Transportation Strategy Will Succeed with Innovation, Cooperation
Electric Vehicles Adoption Will Take Longer Than Expected
California Sets Example For Helping Fleets Move Toward Electric Vehicles
Understanding Effects of Payload and Towing on Commercial EV Range
To Electrify Fleets, Plan For The Long Term
How GM’s New BrightDrop EV Business Will Work with Fleets

How GM’s New BrightDrop EV Business Will Work with Fleets

With BrightDrop, GM is creating a new business to develop the commercial electric vehicle ecosystem. This includes a new electric delivery vehicle and support for infrastructure, logistics, and service planning — as well as an entirely new sales and service network.

February 1, 2021

Video: Inside the Lordstown Endurance Alpha Truck
The 411 on Leasing or Renting Electric Trucks
Assessing the Ford F-150 Hybrid for Fleets

Assessing the Ford F-150 Hybrid for Fleets

Our test of the new F-150 PowerBoost netted an extraordinary 19.2 average mpg with a 1,732-lb. payload and 25.1 mpg without. Adding PowerBoost’s 12,700 lbs. of max towing, is it blasphemy to finally turn our backs on diesel for true work applications?

January 4, 2021

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