What Does the Future Hold for Green Fleet?


For the U.S. market, eSprinter will come as a high-roof, rear-wheel-drive cargo van with a...

Mercedes eSprinter Heralds New Electric Van Era

The 2024 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter has 113 kWh of usable battery capacity, which opens a wide range of use cases for commercial fleets.

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Green Fleet is uniting with Automotive Fleet to continue to bring you the latest and greatest...

Green Fleet Unites with Automotive Fleet

We are excited to continue growing together and to continue to focus on helping fleet managers achieve their daily fleet sustainability goals!

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Mazda emphasized CX-70's look with contrasting black accents throughout the exterior and...

Mazda Reveals First 2025 CX-70

Mazda revealed new details and features for the first 2025 Mazda CX-70, as all powertrains feature some form of electrification.

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Most recently, Maria Neve served as VP, Electrification and Sustainability for Wheels, where she...

Inspiration Mobility Names Maria Neve as VP, eFMC Services

Maria Neve will oversee growth and delivery of services for Inspiration Fleet.

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Following the transaction's close, ElectraMeccanica’s shareholders will own about 21% of Xos.

Xos to Merge with ElectraMeccannica

The all-stock acquisition will give Xos access to ElectraMeccanica's cash balance of $48.5 million to fund the expansion of Xos' electric trucks in fleets.

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As electric vehicles become more affordable, apartment-dwellers will get on the EV train.

What Are EV Charging Trends For Fleet and Automotive Sectors in 2024?

Electric vehicles may seem buggy and expensive now, but prices will inevitably come down as battery technology evolves and EV infrastructure becomes more commonplace.

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The first products assembled in Fort Worth starting in January will be Level 2 AC Chargers.

Photos: LG Opens First US EV Charger Manufacturing Facility

LG's 100,000-square-foot plant will have an annual capacity of 12,000 units and uses 100% green power.

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Q&A: One Energy CEO Jereme Kent on Megawatt Truck Charging Hubs

Jereme Kent, CEO of One Energy, responds to questions about the company's 30-megawatt electric truck charging hub in Ohio and how Utility 2.0 projects can help electrify trucking.

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