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Voltera partners on EV maintenance, fleet support

Voltera and Amerit have teamed up to support the growing EV maintenance and charging demands.

Alta eMobility to service, distribute BorgWarner DC fast chargers

Alta eMobility customers interested in DCFCs can contact Alta eMobility directly for charger installation.

Volvo Group, Pilot Co. to build a national public heavy-duty charging network

The strategic partnership will provide fleets with a more seamless electromobility journey by addressing charging infrastructure accessibility and roadblocks.

Lightning eMotors announces collaboration with HEVO to wirelessly charge electric vehicle fleets

Lightning eMotors, a provider of zero-emission medium-duty commercial vehicles and electric vehicle (EV) technology for fleets, and HEVO, a provider of wireless EV charging technology are pleased to announce a program to demonstrate wireless charging of Lightning eMotors’ fleet vehicles. After an initial integration phase, the two companies will test HEVO’s award-winning Rezonant E8wireless charging

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What level of EV charging is right for you?

When you pull up to a gas station, there are several different types of fuel to select to power your vehicle–regular unleaded, unleaded 88, diesel or others. Charging your electric vehicle (EV)  is similar, in that varied levels of chargers can be used. The difference is, while gasoline-powered vehicles require the specific type of fuel

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Xos expands Xos Energy Solutions offering with mobile chargers

Xos, a technology company that provides fleet services, software solutions, and manufactures Class 5 through Class 8 battery-electric commercial vehicles, recently announced a new offering to Xos Energy Solutions, its business unit focused on infrastructure and consulting services–a suite of Xos DC Fast Chargers that are compatible with both passenger and commercial electric vehicles. The

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Volvo Trucks EV charger procurement aims to streamline equipment access

Volvo Trucks North America recently announced a new program to provide streamlined access to electric vehicle (EV) charging offerings for dealers and fleet customers. The Vendor Direct Shipping program provides customers the opportunity to procure mobile and fixed charging hardware solutions directly from Volvo Trucks dealers when they purchase Volvo VNR Electric trucks. Customers will

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Stem announces joint infrastructure offering with InCharge Energy

Stem recently announced its partnership with InCharge Energy to provide an EV fleet infrastructure solution to maximize charging assets. The offering combines Athena, Stem’s clean energy management platform, with InCharge Energy’s “In-Control” software platform, giving fleet owners the tools to manage EV charger loads with clean energy using solar and storage, optimize utility bills, build

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ABB expands US manufacturing footprint with investment in new EV charger facility

ABB E-mobility, a leader in electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, today announces the continued expansion of its global and US manufacturing footprint with new manufacturing operations in Columbia, South Carolina. The multi-million dollar investment will increase production of electric vehicle chargers, including Buy America Act compliant ones, and create over 100 jobs. The new facility

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Top takeaways from the Volvo Trucks Electromobility Summit

At the Volvo Trucks Customer Center in Dublin, Va., Volvo Trucks North America hosted customers, dealers and trucking media to dive into the nitty gritty of electric truck acquisition and operation–going beyond the VNR Electric truck itself to also discuss financial support and services, infrastructure development and more. Here’s what we’ve learned during our day

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Microgrids, explained: A cost-effective, sustainable option for your EV fleet

New models of electric vehicles are hitting the market at a rapid pace as efforts to combat climate change kick into high gear. While electric vehicles (EVs) eliminate gas emissions directly correlated with vehicle exhaust, in many cases, fossil fuels are still used to produce the electricity to charge them. Microgrids provide an alternative to

What it took to install Michigan’s first public electric commercial vehicle charging station

There are going to be problems when you begin the charging infrastructure installation process. It’s hard to say when or where–every project is unique, with unique players–but they’re going to crop up. We’ve harped on the importance of picking the right partners to push your infrastructure project to completion, but do you have the right

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