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How Are Electric Vehicles Affecting Repair Shops?
DOE Initiatives Aim to Accelerate Lithium-Battery, Clean-Hydrogen Technologies
ACT: Third of Class 4-8 Vehicles to be Battery-Electric in 10 Years
2020 Commercial Vehicles & Electrification in Europe

2020 Commercial Vehicles & Electrification in Europe

With the increased amount of packages and groceries being delivered to European homes, the need for clean commercial vehicles is increasing. Also, the fact that a lot of cities must improve inner city emissions to comply with emission regulations is adding to the pressure.

March 26, 2021

Biden Commits to Electrify Federal Fleet

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.

January 26, 2021

XL Fleet Launches New Charging Infrastructure Solutions Division
Quebec to Phase Out Sale of New Gasoline Vehicles by 2035
Transportation Leaders Launch Zero Emission Transportation Association

Transportation Leaders Launch Zero Emission Transportation Association

ZETA is the first industry coalition of its kind calling for an accelerated transition to EVs, which will create hundreds of thousands of new jobs, secure American global EV manufacturing leadership, dramatically improve public health and significantly reduce carbon pollution.

November 19, 2020

Tritium Unveils Scalable Electric Vehicle Charging Platform
Ford E-Transit Starts Under $45,000, Has Estimated 126-Mile Range
Ford Assembling E-Transit in Kansas City & Builds Out $3.2B in North American EV Manufacturing
EVs to Achieve Production Cost Parity by 2024

EVs to Achieve Production Cost Parity by 2024

According to research by investment bank UBS, the extra cost to manufacture electric vehicles versus traditional internal combustion vehicles will decrease to $1,900 by 2022 and disappear completely by 2024.

November 5, 2020

Electrify America Launches B2B Charging Solutions
GM Investing $2 Billion Toward New EV Production

GM Investing $2 Billion Toward New EV Production

General Motors announced its Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly plant will begin the transition to become the company’s third vehicle manufacturing site to produce electric vehicles.

October 21, 2020

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