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Seattle to deploy Heliox Chargers for electric bus fleet

Heliox announced that Heliox EV chargers have been deployed in 100 cities across Europe and the United States. The Heliox Flex Charge System is one of the solutions selected by King County Metro, the regional transit system that serves Seattle, Washington, making them the 100th city to choose Heliox to charge its fleet of electric

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Freightliner details production eCascadia electric truck specs

At ACT Expo, held in Long Beach, Calif., Daimler Truck North America detailed the production series eCascadia, its battery electric Class 8 truck aimed at short-haul routes that allow for depot-based charging, examples of which include last mile logistics, local and regional distribution, drayage and warehouse to warehouse applications. Freightliner noted that the typical range

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EV charging infrastructure installation case study: Daimler Truck North America

We’ve talked enough about electric truck charging infrastructure installation. It’s time that we see it in action. That’s why Amped Host David Sickels and I connected with Nate Hill, director infrastructure and eConsulting, Daimler Truck North America, who talked with us from DTNA’s Electric Island, a large public charging site for medium- and heavy-duty electric

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BP taps Tritium’s EV chargers for multi-year contract (and how it could impact trucking)

Tritium DCFC Limited, a developer and manufacturer of direct current (DC) fast chargers for electric vehicles, has entered into a multi-year contract with BP for the supply of chargers and related services to support BP’s global EV charging network. This forms a step change in the strategic nature of the relationship between both companies, with

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Charging standards, infrastructure are key components in EV adoption

It seems as if almost every week I’m reading announcements of new electric truck models being presented in concept, in prototype, or ready for deployment on the road. It’s an exciting time within the transportation industry, but with that excitement comes uncertainty around how fleets will be able to integrate electric vehicles (EVs) into their

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Daimler Truck N.A. inks charging infrastructure joint venture MOU

Daimler Truck North America, NextEra Energy Resources and BlackRock Renewable Power announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to lay the foundation for a proposed joint venture to design, develop, install and operate a nationwide, high-performance charging network for medium- and heavy-duty battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in the U.S.

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Tritium to provide Shell with EV chargers, globally

Tritium Holdings Pty Ltd, a developer and manufacturer of direct current fast chargers for electric vehicles (EVs), has announced that the company has executed a global framework agreement with Shell to provide fast charging technology and services. This agreement is expected to help accelerate the supply of Tritium DC fast chargers to their business operations

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