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Southern Counties Express completes Kenworth EV demonstration

Southern Counties Express was the first fleet to operate a zero emissions Kenworth T680 fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), powered by hydrogen, in real-world drayage activities at the Port of Los Angeles and surrounding area, the OEM noted in a press release. That was the first of 10 T680 FCEVs delivered last year by Kenworth

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Cummins unveils internal combustion engine solutions

Cummins Inc. is expanding its powertrain platforms to leverage a range of lower carbon fuel types, the company announced during a virtual press conference. The unified, fuel-agnostic engines will use engine blocks and core components that share common architectures and will be optimized for different low-carbon fuel types. These new fuel-agnostic engine platforms will feature

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What techs need to know about dealing with high-voltage trucks

So, you’ve taken the steps to prepare your shop for the arrival of its first electric truck, but the next step is just as crucial: Making sure that your technicians have the information and the training they need to safely and properly work on an electric truck. Click here to watch more of FE’s On

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GM to expand hydrogen fuel cell technology, here’s our take

General Motors has announced new commercial applications of its Hydrotec fuel cell technology. Hydrotec projects, which are currently in development, from heavy-duty trucks to aerospace and locomotives, are being planned for use beyond vehicles for power generation. GM is planning multiple Hydrotec-based power generators, all powered by GM’s Generation 2 Hydrotec fuel cell power cubes,

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Five truck trend takeaways from December

Welcome to 2022! It’s a weird number to say. Sounds like the future, but I’m not sure this is the future we were promised. Or is it? The best way to find out is to take stock of the biggest trucking headlines that hit our site last month and get an idea of what’s ahead.

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What’s the commercial EV reality?

This is the second time that Volvo Trucks North America’s Allison Athey has turned the tables on me. When she last took over the FE Unscripted hosting duties, we busted trucking spec’ing myths. This time, the Volvo Trucks North America product marketing manager has me in the hot seat to talk about the reality of

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Will hydrogen fuel cell vehicles happen?

Folks, if we had that answer, we’d be buying lottery tickets because we could see the future. Our crystal ball technology isn’t at that point yet, but we have a solid idea of where both the commercial vehicle industry and the passenger automotive sectors are heading and where they cross over in this episode of

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No doubt about it: Decarbonization is FE’s 2021 Truck Equipment Trend of the Year

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here, because it’s that time again to announce Fleet Equipment’s Trend of the Year. Typically, when this annual story rolls around the editorial staff takes a week or so to pore over our content from our most recent cycle around the sun, articulating in detail our

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What coolants will battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell trucks require?

Electric commercial vehicles are significantly ramping up in popularity, as commercially viable models from OEMs have come to market and are starting to be seen running routes in real-world applications. With outside factors including improving total cost of ownership and government emissions mandates, this trend is sure to increase in the coming years. While exciting,

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Hyzon’s CEO talks us through its hydrogen fuel cell truck business model, technology

Hyzon Motors trucks never stopped moving. The hydrogen fuel cell manufacturer had several Freightliner Cascadia trucks rolling around the Long Beach Convention center during ACT Expo held in late August, and the line for rides was long as attendees kicked the tires on the new powertrain technology. While a hydrogen truck moving under its own

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Daimler Truck CEO talks zero-emission ambitions, supply chain strains and the value of vocational trucks

Daimler Truck North America President and Chief Executive Officer John O’Leary is a busy man, especially so on Daimler Truck’s Capital Market Day Nov. 11. Even after spending untold hours speaking from Stuttgart, Germany, to investors about the future of the company, O’Leary was still happy to sit down with the media to help us

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Hydrogen Heavy Duty Vehicle Industry Group members partner to standardize hydrogen refueling

The Hydrogen Heavy Duty Vehicle Industry Group—comprised of hydrogen industry companies Air Liquide, Hyundai, Nel Hydrogen, Nikola Corp., Shell and Toyota—has signed agreements with Tatsuno Corp. and Transfer Oil S.p.A. to industrialize globally-standard 70 MPa hydrogen heavy-duty vehicle high-flow (H70HF) fueling hardware components. The industry group was formed in February 2019 with the goal of

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