Daimler Trucks North America has decided to make battery-electric trucks its focus for alternative fuels, downplaying fuel cells and compressed natural gas.
Penske will add six more DC fast chargers to the 14 already in operation at its Southern California leasing facilities before taking delivery of more all-electric trucks, including Daimler’s eCascadia and eM2.
Charging-as-a-service startup Amply Power has calculated how much it costs per dollar to charge an electric vehicle in the Top 25 U.S. markets.
EV Connect, operator of a cloud-based electric vehicle charger management system for motor carriers, has launched a certification program for station developers in a bid to standardize the industry.
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.
Matt Mostafaei, product manager for Audi’s new e-Tron electric crossover, explains the German automaker’s electric vehicle strategy.
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.
Fuel cell truck developer Nikola Motor knows its future is tied directly to its ability to provide hydrogen fuel to its customers, and it has a plan that could bring hydrogen to the masses as well.
Nikola Motor gained the confidence of suppliers for its fuel-cell trucks and hydrogen station plans by fostering collaboration and taking their advice.
Fuel cell-truck developer Nikola Motor hopes to convince investors of its credibility with a display of products as it launches a $1.5 billion investment drive.