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.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will charge cargo owners who don’t use the cleanest available technologies in 2020 and also start a smog-check pilot program.
Automakers and the hydrogen industry have signed a memo seeking common fueling equipment standards that could get fuel cell trucks on the road faster.
Brian Lindgren, research and development director at Kenworth Truck Co., updates Trucks.com on the company’s alternative fuels strategy.
Toyota’s second-generation fuel cell electric truck prototype sheds weight, adds range to close in on commercial viability.
In a major endorsement of hydrogen fuel cell technology for trucking, Anheuser-Busch ordered up to 800 heavy-duty trucks from Nikola Motor Co. in a $720 million deal.