The two businesses are collaborating to support the installation of 30,000 EV charging ports for business fleets by 2030.
The 2023 Fleet Forward Conference and Fleet Safety Conference convened Nov. 8-10 in Santa Clara, California, and the photos tell the story.
Nexus Communication and Bobit Business Media have agreed on a clarification regarding their respective "Global Fleet" events.
Charging safety seemed to be a key component for the 1,000 women and men surveyed who were considering buying an EV.
Fleet managers attended from ABM Industries, Teva Pharmaceuticals, AGFA, Zoetis, Mondelez Global, GSA, Christy's Auto Rental, Con Edison, and New York City (DCAS), along with various government and public sector fleets.
The first Mullen THREE has rolled off the assembly line. Learn more about the updates, pricing, and available incentives.
TCCI's groundbreaking EV Innovation Hub in Illinois pioneers electric compressor manufacturing and advanced research, propelling clean energy growth.
This regional New Jersey / New York event near the Meadowlands features three educational seminars centered around fleet electrification.
Bollinger Motors welcomes Jim Connelly, Chief Revenue Officer, to the team.
Fleet Forward: The Tour announces the agenda for its Chicago stop on June 8. The event offers attendees an opportunity to take in educational sessions, experience new technologies behind the wheel, and network with their local fleet community.
The round included participation from Chevron Renewable Energy Group and Pittsburgh regional investors including: Idea Foundry, Inc., Innovation Works, Richard King Mellon Foundation, and Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh.
More than three years after Hyundai Motor first showed off a hydrogen-powered concept truck in the U.S., the company has debuted the commercialized model of the Xcient fuel cell tractor.
Nikola’s Hyla brand is teaming up with Voltera to develop the hydrogen fueling infrastructure to support deployment of fuel-cell-electric zero-emissions vehicles.
Paccar and Toyota are expanding their joint efforts to develop and produce zero-emissions, hydrogen fuel cell Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks powered by Toyota’s next-generation hydrogen fuel cell modules.
The EV maker is in discussions with Amazon to remove the exclusivity clause of their delivery van agreement.