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VW Unveils All-Electric Luxury Sedan for Global Market
Hyundai, Michelin Team Up to Develop Tires for Premium EVs
Holman Invests in EV Management Software Provider AmpUp
ChargePoint Releases Report on Charging, Mobility Industry
First Ford E-Transit Vans Ship to European Customers
Global Businesses Commit 5.5 Million Vehicles to Electric
Audi Approves Some V6 Diesel Engines for Use with Renewable Fuels
GlaxoSmithKline, ARI, Enel X Partner on EV Transition

GlaxoSmithKline, ARI, Enel X Partner on EV Transition

The pilot program, as a part of the EV100 initiative, is designed to transition GlaxoSmithKline’s fleet to 100% electric vehicles by 2030 and deploy new charging stations to about 100 North American locations.

January 27, 2022

The New-Look Electric Van Market: 2022 & Beyond

The New-Look Electric Van Market: 2022 & Beyond

As the last-mile delivery segment explodes, manufacturers large and small have answered the challenge with a wild variety of vehicles—and the delivery “van” may never be the same.

January 13, 2022

Fleet Analytics Tool Predicts Carbon Emissions Per Route
Global Fleet Policy: Perception vs. Reality

Global Fleet Policy: Perception vs. Reality

Three experienced global fleet managers discuss the changing nature of their roles and the challenges of policy harmonization, standardization, and safety across world regions.

January 4, 2022

Lightyear, LeasePlan Sign Agreement for 5,000 Solar-Electric Vehicles
European Truck EV Charging Network One Step Closer

European Truck EV Charging Network One Step Closer

Daimler Truck, Traton Group and Volvo Group will create a joint venture to install and operate a public charging network for battery electric, heavy-duty long-haul trucks across Europe in 2022.

December 16, 2021

Europcar Mobility Group UK Aims To Cut CO2 Emissions By Appointing CBVC To Manage Its Company Car Fleet
Miele First Fleet Customer to Take Hydrogen Van

Miele First Fleet Customer to Take Hydrogen Van

The Miele fleet in Germany has scored a first: a hydrogen fuel cell e-van has gone into service for the premium domestic appliance maker in the Rhine-Main region of Germany. The Vivaro-e Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle is the first off the Opel production line, offering the Miele fleet a range of 249 miles and a refueling time of just three minutes.

December 10, 2021

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