Waste feedstock from the City of Oakland, Calif., is now being converted to Neste renewable diesel to fuel the fleet.
Build Your Dreams (BYD) delivered a BYD 8R Class 8 Automated Side Loader (ASL) all-electric collection truck to Waste Resources, a heavy-duty truck with an electric-propulsion system designed specifically for refuse collection.
The West Coast Clean Transit Corridor Initiative is designed to determine how best to ensure that Interstate 5 is equipped with sufficient charging to support electric long-haul trucks.
There’s water, water everywhere, and little of it being transformed into fuel. Nikola Motor wants to change that – as well as the way fleets pay for trucks and their fuel – as it rolls out the new hydrogen-powered Nikola Two.
The 2020 Toyota Highlander will shift to a new platform, add tech, and provide a gasoline-electric hybrid that can deliver 34 miles per gallon combined, Toyota announced as it debuted the vehicle at the New York auto show.
We sat down with Nikola Motor Co. CEO Trevor Milton at the Nikola World event in Scottsdale, Arizona, where the evening before he had introduced the Nikola Two hydrogen-electric truck to the world, to get his thoughts on the fueling infrastructure, the competition, hydrogen vs. electric trucks, and why he thinks truck drivers will be eager to switch from diesel.
Green Commuter is an all-electric vanpool provider based in California that offers vanpooling, carsharing, shuttle service, and fleet replacement.
At the Nikola World event in Scottsdale, Arizona, Nikola Motor Co. showed off two new vehicles, the Nikola Two hydrogen electric Class 8 truck and the Europe-bound Nikola Tre.
How will the second phase of the greenhouse gas rules affect medium-duty vehicles?
The U.S. market for fully electric vehicles has reached record volumes with 208,000 new registrations in 2018, all while loyalty rates of EV buyers continues to grow, according to recent analysis by business intelligence firm IHS Markit.
New legislation to raise the electric vehicle sales cap for automakers from 200,000 to 400,000 cumulative sales was proposed by a group of bipartisan lawmakers.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) outlined a proposal of Advanced Clean Truck regulations that would divide truck segments into three classes and help provide clear zero-emission vehicle sale goals in California to meet climate-change targets.