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State of the Fleet Industry: ‘Lost’ Fleet Spring Order Volumes & New Electric Vehicle Initiatives

State of the Fleet Industry: ‘Lost’ Fleet Spring Order Volumes & New Electric Vehicle Initiatives

Topics discussed include how early order cutoffs of 2021-MY fleet vehicles are impacting spring order volumes; President Biden’s monumental goal to convert the federal fleet of 645,000 vehicles to zero-emission vehicles; and GM’s commitment to eliminating tailpipe emissions from new light-duty vehicles produced by 2035.

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Later this year BrightDrop will start delivering 500 of its new EV600 delivery vans to Fedex,...

How GM’s New BrightDrop EV Business Will Work with Fleets

With BrightDrop, GM is creating a new business to develop the commercial electric vehicle ecosystem. This includes a new electric delivery vehicle and support for infrastructure, logistics, and service planning — as well as an entirely new sales and service network.

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Owing to the Alpha truck’s job as a test mule, the Lordstown group stressed that this version is...

Video: Inside the Lordstown Endurance Alpha Truck

The Bobit fleet team got a chance to climb through a test version of the all-electric pickup at Lordstown Motors’ new facility in Irvine, Calif.

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These custom electric delivery vehicles will also be tested out in 15 additional cities through...

Amazon Starts Testing Rivian Electric Delivery Vans for Delivery

These custom electric delivery vehicles will also be tested out in 15 additional cities through 2021.

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Navistar is working with GM, OneH2 and J.B. Hunt to develop the fuel-cell-electric International RH.

Fuel-Cell Electric Truck ‘Ecosystem’ on the Way from Navistar, GM, OneH2

Navistar, partnering with General Motors and hydrogen fuel-provider OneH2, believes it will have a hydrogen fuel-cell regional Class 8 truck available by MY 2024, with a complete ecosystem that addresses the fueling concerns that have been a stumbling block for the development of fuel-cell electric trucks.

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D.C. and 21 states have more than 20 public chargers per 100,000 people.

Which States Have the Most (and Least) EV Chargers Per Capita?

According to November data from the Dept. of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center, there are 28,947 public charging stations in the U.S. The Center is now tracking private fleet chargers and has begun publishing this data.

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The all-electric Ford F-650 is suitable for a range of industry applications, including...

Roush Ford F-650 Achieves California Incentive

Roush CleanTech’s Ford F-650 battery-electric truck has achieved the California Hybrid and Zero-emission Truck and Bus Voucher Incentive Project (HVIP) eligibility listing.

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Through his “Buy American” executive order, President Biden promises to upgrade the federal...

Biden Commits to Electrify Federal Fleet

Through his “Buy American” executive order, President Biden promises to upgrade the federal fleet to electric vehicles (EVs) made in the U.S.

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