Topic: Infrastructure Development

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Canada Invests in Hydrogen Fueling Stations for Commercial Fleets

June 18, 2021The Canadian government is investing $2.3 million in the Alberta Zero-Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration (AZETEC) project.

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Ford Acquires Battery-Management Startup to Charge EV Fleets

June 17, 2021Ford Motor Co. has acquired a startup that specializes in managing charging networks for commercial electric vehicles, a business the automaker hopes could generate as much as $1 billion in revenue by 2030.

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Battle Motors, PositivEnergy Partner on Charging Network

June 17, 2021Battle Motors, the owner and manufacturer of Crane Carrier trucks and a developer of electric vehicle (EV) technology, has partnered with PositivEnergy to install charging stations at municipal accounts across North America, according to a June 1 press release.

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Clean Energy Fuels Unveils New Brand Identity

June 16, 2021Clean Energy Fuels Corp., a provider of renewable natural gas (RNG) for the transportation industry, says it is well-positioned to turn its customers’ sustainability goals into reality.

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Propane Autogas Provides Energy Supply Resiliency

June 10, 2021Propane autogas is a portable, clean energy source that not only keeps fleets operating smoothly every day, but also during times of crisis.

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Battery Storage, Hydrogen High on Agenda for Port Oakland Green Power Shift

June 8, 2021The Port of Oakland will place hydrogen and battery storage as a priority for the port’s future power resilience.

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Realizing Revenue from Vehicle to Grid

Join ACT News and ACT Expo for a complimentary webinar on vehicle to grid (V2G) technology on June 22 at 10 am PT.

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EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: DTNA’s New CEO on EVs, Infrastructure, Autonomy, and the Next Steps in the Company’s Ongoing Evolution

June 3, 2021John O’Leary, president and CEO of Daimler Trucks North America, discusses how the OEM is pushing through this past year and beyond.

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7-Eleven Undertakes International Electrification Initiative

June 1, 20217-Eleven Inc., an international chain of convenience stores, says it is building at least 500 direct current fast-charging ports at 250 select U.S. and Canada stores by the end of 2022.

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Duke Energy Proposal Seeks to Accelerate North Carolina’s Transition to Electric

June 1, 2021Following six months of stakeholder input, Duke Energy, a U.S.-based energy holding company, has recently filed an additional $56 million proposal of Phase II programs to continue the advancement of transportation electrification in North Carolina.

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ACT Expo Webinar Series Charts Sustainable, Connected Future

May 27, 2021ACT Expo and ACT News to co-host webinar series leading up to 10th Annual ACT Expo taking place from August 30 to September 2 in Long Beach.

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2021 State of Sustainable Fleets Shows Continued Growth of Clean Tech Availability, Adoption

May 26, 2021GNA’s 2021 Market and Trends Brief shows that even with the COVID-19 pandemic, the clean tech industry made progressive, sustainable steps.

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Why Equity Must Be Central to EV Infrastructure Planning

May 25, 2021As the U.S. reaches an inflection point in the use of electric vehicles, the buildout of EV charging stations and how low-to-moderate income communities as well as communities of color are kept in the discussion will be critical.

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Albertsons infrastructure for eTRUs

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Learning from an Early Adopter: Albertsons reduces emissions, costs by deploying eTRUs

May 25, 2021The nation-wide grocery provides lessons learned for fleets amidst uncertainty with CARB’s pending regulations for zero emission eTRUs.

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Fleet Spotlight: VIA Metropolitan Transit Replaces Aging Fleet and Charts New CNG Path Forward

May 24, 2021With a fleet of over 400 CNG buses fueled by North America’s largest CNG station, VIA leads in reducing emissions while saving in fuel costs.

Sen. Warren argues for Green Infrastructure

May 21, 2021Warren, Sen. Ed Markey and U.S. Reps. Andrew Levin and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez recently introduced the Build Green Infrastructure and Jobs Act that would invest $500 billion over 10 years in state, local, and tribal projects to jumpstart the transition to all-electric public vehicles and rail.

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