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Canadian Company Invests in eNow

Canadian Solar Inc., a solar power company, announced that it has acquired a minority equity interest in eNow, a U.S. company specializing in solar-based energy management system for the commercial transportation industry.

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Hyundai's 2017 Ioniq Electric

The mid-size Ioniq Electric is the second of three electrified Hyundai cars arriving in 2017.

Hyundai's first battery-electric car, the Ioniq Electric, has been cut from the same design cloth as its Ioniq Hybrid. As far as range goes, this battery EV would slot in at the front of the second tier behind Teslas and the Bolt EV with 124 miles on a full charge. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

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UAE Launches EV Incentive Program

The United Arab Emirates Ministry of Energy launched an incentive program that will call for up to 10% of car fleets of federal ministries and agencies to be electric vehicles.

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Hyundai's 2017 Ioniq Hybrid

The highly efficient Ioniq gets an EPA-rated 55 mpg in the city and 54 mpg on the highway.

Hyundai has begun rolling out its electrified Ioniq lineup with the 2017 Ioniq Hybrid, a Prius-fighter that provides 55 mpg in combined driving, according to the EPA. Read our driving impressions here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Fleet Incentives

Determine the actual cost of owning and running a vehicle in your fleet. Compare vehicles by class and model.

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Workhorse's W-15 PHEV Pickup

Workhorse unveiled its W-15 PHEV pickup for the first time on May 2.

Workhorse gave the first public viewing of its W-15 plug-in hybrid pickup at the ACT Expo conference in Long Beach, Calif. The vehicle provides 80 miles of electric range with a powertrain that also includes a gasoline engine that functions as a generator. Read more here. Photos by Chris Brown and Paul Clinton.

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Buick Unveils Velite 5 PHEV in China

General Motors has unveiled the Buick Velite 5 plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), which is a rebranded and modified version of the Chevrolet Volt manufactured in China.

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Executive Vice President of eDriving

Ed Dubens

Executive Vice President of eDriving

https://www.edriving.com/fleet/products-and-services/
Chief Operating Officer

Jack Firriolo

Chief Operating Officer

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Vice President of Product Management, Verizon Connect

Erin Cave from Verizon Connect

Vice President of Product Management, Verizon Connect

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Senior Vice President and General Manager

Bernie Kanavagh from WEX

Senior Vice President and General Manager

https://www.wexinc.com

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Chevrolet's 2017 Bolt EV

The view from the parking lot above Fort Point near the Golden Gate Bridge.

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV has arrived as the most capable affordable battery-electric vehicle, by offering 238 miles of range with a price tag of around $30,000 after the $7,500 federal incentive. Automotive journalists drove the vehicle at a GM event in San Francisco. Photos by Paul Clinton.

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Tesla's Model S

The Model S is 196 inches long, 86.2 inches wide, and has a wheelbase of 116.5 inches.

The Tesla Model S P100D features a 100 kWh battery that offers a range of over 300 miles on a full charge. The vehicle contains an all-electric powertrain and is available with an all-wheel-drive system. Look for an update about Tesla's fleet strategy in an upcoming issue of Automotive Fleet. Photos by Andy Lundin and Eric Gandarilla

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2016 L.A. Auto Show: Green Vehicles

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles dominated the 2016 show, suggesting that manufacturers want to give drivers electrified powertrains with range anxiety. Read full coverage here. Photos by Chris Brown, Paul Clinton, Thi Dao, Amy Hercher-Winter, Andy Lundin, Roselynne Reyes, and Chris Wolski.

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CNG, LPG Vehicle Market to Grow 10% a Year by 2022

The global compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) market is expected to grow by more than 10% a year over the next six years due to the increase in population and urbanization, a growing demand for passenger and commercial vehicles, and stringent emission control regulations, according to a new forecast.