EV Bizz Archives - Page 8 of 24 - Fleet Equipment Magazine
ACT Research recommends fleets plan 18 to 24 months ahead for behind-the-fence EV charging infrastructure

“Early adopters of battery-electric commercial vehicles experienced rather lengthy timelines to install EV charging infrastructure.”

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India subnational government announces new zero-emissions transport commitment

The Global MOU is an agreement to reach 100% new zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040.

Mullen announces Class 3 EV production start

Mullen will be gradually ramping up production rate over the course of September through December.

Alta eMobility, Nikola dealership expand service territory

Alta eMobility partners with Nikola to expand in Michigan, offering electric, hydrogen fleets and charging solutions.

Chevron, Cummins announce alternative fuel agreement

This agreement will encompass liquid renewable fuels, such as renewable gasoline blends, biodiesel and renewable diesel.

Mitsubishi Fuso, Ample to partner on battery-swapping technology for electric trucks

The companies will collaborate to pair Mitsubishi Fuso EVs with Ample’s Modular Battery Swapping technology.

Forging a connected ecosystem for heavy-duty electrification

What obstacles still stand in the way of a broad adoption of this technology?

Petro-Canada launches EV lubricants line

EVR fluids and greases provide OEMs with improved material compatibility, efficient power transfer and improved equipment performance.

Transportation Energy Institute releases report, near-term solutions to GHG emissions

The report evaluates the viability and emissions reduction potential of a variety of technology.

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Clean Freight Coalition meets with DOE-DOT Joint Office on heavy-duty charging infrastructure

The first meeting comes as emerging state and federal regulations aim to decarbonize the transportation sector.

Light commercial vehicles drive rapid EV growth in China

In May, total sales of new energy light commercial vehicles exceeded 17,000 units, a year-on-year increase of 133%.

From diesel to decarbonization: Successfully electrifying your fleet

Having a service program designed around the needs of your fleet is crucial regardless of the technology in use.