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Early Adopters of Electric Trucks Say Planning, Partnerships Are Crucial

October 23, 2020Truck makers are beginning to introduce battery-electric models, but successfully deploying this new breed of commercial vehicle requires fleets to manage a bevy of new considerations.

via Transport Topics Online

Plan Early for Electric-Vehicle Charging Infrastructure

October 23, 2020Electric trucks promise benefits as diverse as lower emissions and a quiet ride. But fleets looking at the equipment might want to research the related charging infrastructure long before trucks roll off an assembly line.

via TruckingInfo.com

Peachtree Corners Issues RFP For EV Supply Equipment Partners

October 23, 2020Peachtree Corners has issued a new request for proposal as it seeks out partners that can provide electric vehicle supply equipment and network services to businesses multi-unit dwelling, property owners and single-family residences.

via NGT News

ABB and Lion Electric partner to offer end-to-end charging solution for heavy-duty vehicles

October 23, 2020Charging giant ABB has joined forces with Canadian heavy-duty EV manufacturer Lion Electric to sell and service EV charging equipment.

via Charged EVs

Aemetis Begins Production of Dairy Biogas

October 23, 2020Aemetis Inc., an advanced renewable fuel and biochemicals company, says it is producing dairy biogas from the first two dairies in a 17 dairy digester biogas project.

via NGT News

Driverless middle-mile deliveries could begin by next summer (with video)

October 23, 2020If plans pan out, Walmart e-commerce shoppers in Bentonville, Arkansas, could be picking up orders delivered by fully autonomous vehicles by next summer.

via FreightWaves

Allison Gears Up for E-Axles

October 21, 2020Allison Transmission Inc., widely known for its medium- and heavy-duty fully automatic transmissions, announced the launch of eGen Power, its series of zero-emission electric axles.

via Transport Topics Online

Kenworth electrifies flagship tractor

October 21, 2020The T680E zero-emission tractor now is available to order, the manufacturer said. Production is expected to begin next year.

via Refrigerated Transporter

Pilot LNG to supply LNG as a marine fuel to GAC

October 21, 2020Based in Texas, US, Pilot LNG, LLC has laid the foundation for a partnership with GAC Bunker Fuels for the supply of LNG as a marine fuel from its proposed Galveston LNG Bunker Port terminal project, which will be the first dedicated LNG bunker terminal in the region.

via LNG Industry

Lightning Systems Expands, Renames Company

October 20, 2020Lightning Systems, a provider of complete electrification solutions for commercial fleets, says it is expanding and renaming the company to Lightning eMotors, effective immediately.

via NGT News

New alliance will improve Class 8 trucks access to biomethane in U.S.

October 20, 2020Hyliion Inc. and American Natural Gas, Inc. (ANG) have signed a partnership agreement that offers Hyliion customers discounted pricing for renewable natural gas at ANG fueling stations across the country.

via NGV Journal

Canada Transitioning School Fleets to Propane Buses

October 20, 2020Students in the Halifax, Canada, area are now enjoying the environmental benefits of low-emission propane school buses.

via NGT News

Shell launches E-Fluids

October 20, 2020Now fluids portfolio developed to improve reliability, efficiency, performance of commercial vehicles with electric powertrains

via Bulk Transporter

EV Charging Infrastructure: Who’s Got the Plug?

October 20, 2020Last month the world hit a new milestone as the number of public electric vehicle charging stations reached the one million mark.

via Clean Fleet Report

Hydrogen: Truly Green Power

October 19, 2020If you’re not muddled enough yet in the alternative fuels debate, here’s the skinny on hydrogen. It’s an alternative to batteries that can offer faster “fueling” times, along with a lighter and more compact storage medium.

via TruckingInfo.com

RNG: The Energy Source No One’s Talking About

October 19, 2020Regular natural gas has some challenges in the “green” fuel category, including its fossil origins and concerns about fracking. But renewable natural gas is quite different. And, it can be used in any current natural gas engine.

via TruckingInfo.com