Xos has signed a deal to electrify two Loomis Armored US trucks with a pending order for 100 more if the test trucks prove their worth.
After 14,000 miles of testing its prototype hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty trucks, Toyota and Kenworth reveal the first emission-free unit for port service late this year.
Electric delivery van maker Chanje partners with refrigerated unit supplier Thermo King on a demonstration vehicle that uses rooftop solar panels to maintain 100-plus miles of range.
Meritor’s global head of e-mobility discusses the company’s new brand of electrified components that will create more efficient trucks for all applications.
UPS, Workhorse Group and Chanje are all working to develop a new version of the last-mile delivery industry that includes electrification and more.
Kenworth Truck Co. delivered the first near-zero emission 12-liter natural gas truck to a commercial fleet at the ACT Expo green transport conference.
Clean trucking conference panelists say EPA should not undo the single emissions and fuel economy standard that exists in Obama-era rules currently under fire.
Lion Electric Co., maker of the electric “eLion” school bus, told Trucks.com it plans to unveil a range of electric trucks in the Class 5-8 weight segments.
The world’s first hydrogen fuel cell-powered street sweeper and clean truck underscore U.S. Hybrid’s growing role in the green vehicles arena.
Responding to customer requests, Roush CleanTech has developed a battery-electric powertrain for medium duty trucks to add to its portfolio of alternatives to diesel engines.
An integrated axle developed by Dana Inc. increases the efficiency of Workhorse Group’s Class 5 electric vans by 14 percent.
Tropos Motors has signed several large dealerships to handle its multipurpose low-speed electric utility vehicle and the specialty work packages designed for it.