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Fleets Still Optimistic About EVs Despite Roadblocks

Approximately 90% of fleet owners have assessed, or plan to asses, the feasibility of incorporating more electric assets into their operations, though a major concern continues to be the lack of electric vehicle infrastructure and EV range anxiety, according to a 2019 electric vehicle survey from Mortenson.

Can the Electrical Grid Handle Electric Trucks?

Very few new power plants have been built in the U.S. in the past 10 years, yet demand for electric energy is rising, fueled by a boom in battery electric vehicle sales. Does the grid have the capacity to handle it?

Siemens to Build eHighway Demo in Germany

A new “eHighway," which will allow specially equipped hybrid trucks to access electric power via an overhead trolley-type system, will be built on a 10-kilometer stretch of autobahn in Germany.

Salt Lake City Adds 28 EV Chargers

Salt Lake City has activated 28 new Level 2 charging stations for plug-in electric vehicles at 12 sites around the city, according to a city release.

Evolving Alt-Fuel Infrastructure

The current state of alternative-fuel infrastructure continues to evolve thanks to market-driven policies, emerging fuels and technologies, and government and manufacturer collaborations.

State of the Alternative-Fuel Industry

With advancements coming in leaps and bounds across all advanced and alternative fuels used as fuel for transportation, a snapshot is needed of the main types. Learn about how these fuels started, where they are at today, and forecasts and predictions for the future.