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Paccar Parts Introduces Charging Stations for All Electric Vehicles
GM Won’t Produce Nikola’s Badger Pickup

GM Won’t Produce Nikola’s Badger Pickup

A new agreement between General Motors and Nikola shifts the focus to electrified heavy-duty trucks, with GM no longer planning to build the electric Badger pickup truck for Nikola.

November 30, 2020

Workhorse Hit with COVID-19, Revises Volume Targets

Workhorse Hit with COVID-19, Revises Volume Targets

The maker of commercial electric vehicles won’t meet its projected production target of 300-400 vehicles in 2020 in part due to more than 36% of its production-related staff having contracted the coronavirus or quarantined awaiting results.

November 9, 2020

Study: Comprehensive Alt-Fuel Approach Better Than Single Technology Focus
Project Z: Hino Unveils Zero-Emissions Truck Lineup
Fluid Truck Orders 600 Lightning Electric Trucks & Vans
Clean Trucks Open Port of Long Beach Bridge [Photos]
Clean Truck Procession Opens New Port of Long Beach Bridge
Hino, Toyota Developing Class 8 Fuel Cell Electric Truck for North America
Ford Breaks Ground on Electric F-150 Plant

Ford Breaks Ground on Electric F-150 Plant

Ford celebrated the production start of the all-new F-150 at the Ford Rouge Center and confirmed construction of the new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center where it will build the all-electric F-150 by mid-2022.

September 17, 2020

Nikola: Short Seller Driven by Greed

Nikola: Short Seller Driven by Greed

Nikola Corporation reacts to a Hindenburg Research report detailing fraud and misrepresentation by the hydrogen fuel cell and electric automaker.

September 11, 2020

GM Acquires Stake in Nikola, Will Produce Badger Pickup
CityFreighter, AB-Joost to Develop Electric Truck for Last-Mile Delivery
Xos Trucks Raises $20 Million, Partners with Tier 1 Supplier, Hires C-Suite
Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

Sustainability Key Motivator for Early Fleet Adopters of Clean Vehicle Technologies

While diesel and gasoline engines will still be the main power source for commercial vehicles for the next decade, fleets are now testing and buying sustainable vehicle technologies in record numbers. That’s according to a new study of fleet use of sustainable vehicle platforms for medium- and heavy-duty fleets, such as natural gas, propane, electric, and renewable fuels.

August 12, 2020

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