Eaton has announced that it is contributing several components to truck manufacturers participating in the U.S. Department of Energy’s SuperTruck II freight-efficiency program.
North Carolina-based hydrogen fuel company OneH2 completed the first stage of a dedicated hydrogen fuel plant for the East Coast that can serve forklift fleets and eventually heavy-duty trucks.
Europcar Mobility Group U.K. is adding 100 Citroën Berlingo Electric vans into its fleet due to increasing interest in zero-emission vehicles for last mile deliveries and van fleets in areas of the United Kingdom.
Lion Electric has named Dana as a preferred supplier of both traditional and new electric drivetrain components for its all-electric, Class 8 urban delivery vehicle, Dana announced at TMC, along with a new medium-duty drive axle.
New York City's all-electric vehicles had the lowest recorded maintenance costs for 2018, dramatically less than gasoline, hybrid, or hybrid-plug-in models.
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has redesigned its website to streamline how fleets can access and understand the benefits of autogas fleet vehicles.
Alliance AutoGas was able to receive 58 new EPA certifications on new propane-autogas technologies that it introduced in 2018, which covered 38 different vehicle platforms.
Tesla unveiled a battery-electric, midsize SUV called the Model Y that will feature a minimum driving range of 230 miles and will be available at a starting price of $39,000.
Penske Truck Leasing is among the first fleet operators to take delivery of and add Fuso eCanter battery-electric work trucks to its logistics, leasing, and rental fleets.
Volkswagen Group boosted development of electrified vehicles, announcing that the company will develop 70 battery-electric models by 2025. Previously, Volkswagen had said it would produce 50 battery-electric vehicles by 2023.
A majority of work truck fleets listed biodiesel fuel as their top alternative fuel choice over other options like EVs and CNG vehicles.
The Trump administration has plan to cut the $7,500 federal tax credit that has supported sales of battery-electric vehicles as part of its 2020 budget proposal.