Ford Motor Co. is partnering with Electrify America to provide public charging for the automaker's future electric vehicles on the Electrify America network.
Peterbilt has delivered the first Model 220EV. Frito-Lay will deploy six of the battery-electric medium-duty trucks.
Volvo is rolling out battery-electric vehicles over the next five years as part of its new “Recharge” lineup of EV vehicles, which it launched with the introduction of battery electric XC40.
Holman Parts Distribution has been named among the 15 winners of the U.S. Department of Energy's Battery Recycling Prize based on a proposal to solve the current challenges associated with collecting, sorting, storing, and transporting discarded lithium-ion batteries for recycling.
The automotive industry is amid an electric revolution. While electric vehicles comprise a small percent of the current vehicle market, they’re poised to become the future of transportation.
The vehicle electrification solutions provider acquired the electrification division of Quantum Fuel Systems and appointed a new CEO.
Electrify America finished construction of a new charging station in New York, marking its sixth station to open along the New York State Thruway in less than a year.
Fleet managers often focus on controlling the biggest fixed operating costs for the acquisition of trucks and fuel. However, it’s the hidden costs that keep fleet managers from achieving their organization’s goals for efficiency and profitability. Renewable diesel is one option to help cut costs.
Toyota will release a plug-in hybrid version of the RAV4, expanding upon its current hybrid variant lineup.
Daimler Trucks & Buses and battery manufacturer Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited (CATL) have entered a global battery cell modules supply agreement for electric series trucks.
Electric vehicle charge network provider Volta will install the first 150 stations nationwide over the next 12 months. Drivers pay nothing for the first 30 minutes of DC fast charging.
Thinking of going electric? There's more to worry about than the price of the trucks and the weight of the batteries.