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NYC Sanitation Department to Buy 7 Mack LR Electric Trucks
Postmaster General Says Half of First Batch of New Vehicles Could Be EVs
DOE Sustainable Transportation Strategy Will Succeed with Innovation, Cooperation
ACT Expo Announces Return of Live Event for 2021
2021 Sustainable Fleets Report Looks to Add More Insight on Clean Tech
Nikola Says Arizona Electric Rate Deal will Accelerate Hydrogen Production
Hyundai, Daimler, Toyota Announce Hydrogen Fuel Cell Initiatives
Study: Comprehensive Alt-Fuel Approach Better Than Single Technology Focus
Roush: Why Propane Autogas Fleet Vehicles Match up to Electric
Hyundai’s First Fuel Cell Truck Heads to Europe
EV Study: Phase in Charging Sites Along I-5

EV Study: Phase in Charging Sites Along I-5

Results of a study by electric utilities in Washington, Oregon, and California call for the installation of charging sites along the I-5 for medium- and heavy-duty electric trucks to reduce pollution caused by freight transport along the Pacific Coast.

June 22, 2020

Norwegian Grocer Tests Cummins Hydrogen Modules
Daimler Truck, Volvo Group Form Fuel Cell Joint Venture

Daimler Truck, Volvo Group Form Fuel Cell Joint Venture

In a bold move, Daimler Truck AG and the Volvo Group agreed to join forces in an effort to speed up the development, establishment and acceptance of fuel cell vehicles – at a time when much of the focus on electric trucks among legacy truck makers has been on battery-electric solutions.

April 21, 2020

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

NACFE Predicts a Zero-Emissions Freight Future

NACFE Predicts a Zero-Emissions Freight Future

A "messy middle" period of new alternative-fuel technology trials has already begun, a new report says. In a couple of decades, fleets will be moving freight in a zero-emissions mode both profitably and productively, it predicts.

December 10, 2019

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