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Nippon Express USA debuts electric medium-duty truck in San Antonio, plans 14 more across US cities for CO2 reduction.
Gage Zero launches advanced ZEV charging hub in Fontana, partnering with Kam-Way for sustainable transport, community support.
China’s Windrose Technology raised $110 million in its Series B funding, allowing it to accelerate testing and deployment of its electric semi trucks.
A historic first crossing from the U.S. into Mexico was made by an electric class 8 truck, a heavy-duty Bali Express freight truck.
BorgWarner, Goodman Group, Windrose Technology, and Decathlon are collaborating on a 960kW megawatt charging system for semi trucks.
The Tesla Semi truck was criticized by Daimler Truck’s CEO, Martin Daum. Daum said, “You can’t win the war with just one truck,” according to a Bloomberg report.
Hyzon Motors launches 200kW Prime Mover, but doubts arise about the scalability of hydrogen fuel cell technology.
The Biden-Harris Administration shared its strategic plan to decarbonize the freight industry in a four-phase plan that closes in 2040.
An all-new Volvo heavy-duty truck platform was unveiled for North America by Volvo Trucks, after already launching in Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa.
The American heavy-duty electric freight truck market is growing fast, with innovative companies adding trucks like Tesla’s semi and Freightliner’s Ecascadia.
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