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Port of Los Angeles To Test Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trucks
Daimler Trucks Focuses on Zero-Emissions Future

Daimler Trucks Focuses on Zero-Emissions Future

Daimler Trucks is rapidly ramping down its internal-combustion-engine development as it puts more research and development investments into its dual-focus zero-emissions strategy of both battery-electric and fuel-cell-electric commercial vehicles.

May 20, 2021

Traton, Hino Team up for Electric-Vehicle Development

Traton, Hino Team up for Electric-Vehicle Development

Two global commercial vehicle makers, Germany’s Traton SE and Japan’s Hino Motors Ltd., have signed a joint venture agreement to develop electric commercial vehicles, both battery-electric and fuel-cell versions.

October 28, 2020

Hino, Toyota Developing Class 8 Fuel Cell Electric Truck for North America
Trevor Milton Leaves Nikola Amidst Fraud Allegations

Trevor Milton Leaves Nikola Amidst Fraud Allegations

Trevor Milton has voluntarily left Nikola Corp., the fuel-cell and electric-truck company that started in his basement, amid charges of fraud and an investigation by the Justice Department and the SEC.

September 21, 2020

Daimler to Put Fuel-Cell Electric Truck in Production During Second Half of Decade

Daimler to Put Fuel-Cell Electric Truck in Production During Second Half of Decade

Daimler Trucks showed off a Mercedes-Benz concept truck powered by fuel cells, with a range of up to 1,000 kilometers (more than 600 miles). Customer trials are to start in 2023. It also outlined when its battery-electric eActros trucks are projected to be available, with a first look at a long-haul version.

September 17, 2020

Nikola: Short Seller Driven by Greed

Nikola: Short Seller Driven by Greed

Nikola Corporation reacts to a Hindenburg Research report detailing fraud and misrepresentation by the hydrogen fuel cell and electric automaker.

September 11, 2020

GM Acquires Stake in Nikola, Will Produce Badger Pickup
Cummins Awarded Nearly $7 Million in DOE Grants
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

Hyundai’s First Fuel Cell Truck Heads to Europe
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