Daimler Trucks bets heavily on electric bus development by investing in Burlingame, Calif., electric bus maker Proterra.
he Shore to Store Project will put 10 new zero-emission fuel-cell-electric Class 8 trucks on the road to move cargo between the L.A. port and destinations.
More than a third of U.S. transit agencies have either awarded contracts to buy battery-electric buses or are operating them already.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has ambitious plans for developing electric commercial vehicles — a market he believes is worth pursuing.
Fuel cell truck developer Nikola Motor Co. is setting a blistering pace in its latest fundraising effort, netting $100 million in one week.
A California Hydrogen Business Council report says hydrogen electric trucks need infrastructure funding but are the best bet to supplant diesel.
UPS will test a fully electric truck from Thor Trucks, as it explores options for alternative-fuel vehicles for a quarter of its fleet by 2020.
Daimler Trucks is moving quickly to gain a leadership role in the electric market with a 20-truck test slated to begin in Southern California late this year, and full commercialization in 2021.
In a first for a U.S. public transit agency, Foothill Transit in Southern California will add a pair of all-electric double-decker buses to its commuter service.
Electric trucks and buses are making rapid development and are commercially viable, according to Edward Jobson, Volvo Trucks’ vice president for electromobility.
With more than 15,000 orders and advance reservations for battery- and fuel cell electric trucks and buses, 2018 looks to be the launch pad year for commercial vehicle electrification.
Shipping giant UPS said it will buy 950 electric delivery trucks from Workhorse Group in what looks to be a key order for the electric vehicle startup.