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Daimler Truck, NextEra, BlackRock team up for EV charging venture

The joint venture will provide a publicly available electric charging infrastructure for commercial vehicles along key freight routes.

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FreeWire introduces incentive evaluation service

The service aims to help site hosts capitalize on EV charging funding opportunities.

Xos shows off second mobile charging solution at ACT Expo

The second generation mobile charging solution is deployable and scalable without need for permanent infrastructure.

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Mack Trucks enters partnerships with Heliox, Gilbarco to increase charging accessibility

Mack says the partnership will provide customers access to on-hand inventory and hardware installation services.

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Zero-emission vehicle infrastructure incentives offer $10.4M to applicants

Through this infrastructure incentive, EV Fast Track applicants could receive funding for up to 75% of equipment and software costs, according to the release.

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The Shyft Group invests in Michigan facility to support Blue Arc EV production

Thanks to the expansion and installation of new equipment, the Charlotte location will have the capacity to produce 3,000 EVs per year.

Volvo Trucks expands EV charger access with new vendor partner

The company’s Vendor Direct Shipping program now includes five models of EV chargers.

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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.

ATRI Research evaluates charging infrastructure challenges for the U.S. EV fleet

The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released a new report that assesses the infrastructure requirements for converting the U.S. vehicle fleet to battery electric. This analysis, a 2021 top priority of ATRI’s Research Advisory Committee, focused on three critical challenges for nationwide vehicle electrification: The study found that full electrification of the U.S. vehicle fleet would

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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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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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