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As the electric vehicle landscape evolves, NACS emerges as a strong contender, but challenges...

The Battle of NACS vs CCS: Will There Be a Winner?

As EV charging infrastructure is developed across the U.S., a battle is emerging between Tesla’s North American Charging Standard (NACS) and Combined Charging System (CCS). Automakers are taking sides.

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The transition towards higher voltage charging infrastructure promises enhanced performance and...

3 Key Trends Driving the EV Charging Market

IDTechEx research has identified three key trends shaping the EV charging market as demand for access among electric vehicle users skyrockets.

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BMW, Ford and Honda agree to create ChargeScape.

BMW, Ford, & Honda to Create a New V2G Company

ChargeScape aims to unlock EV technology through conveniently managed energy services never before possible with gasoline-powered vehicles – benefiting EV customers, electric utilities and automakers.

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Cargo bikes are larger than traditional e-bikes but significantly smaller than the box trucks...

NYC Proposes Rule Update to Integrate Last-Mile Delivery Electric Cargo Bikes

New York City is considering a rule update that could change urban mobility and last-mile delivery services.

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Tyson Foods will begin running autonomous middle-mile logistics in Arkansas using Gatik...

Tyson Foods, Gatik Deploying Class 7 Autonomous Trucks

Tyson Foods and Gatik announced a joint project aimed at putting autonomous trucks to work hauling refrigerated products in Arkansas.

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New models, upfit packages, and more announced in August.

Automaker Update: The Latest News in August

The latest news in the automaker space for August 2023.

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Continuing to be assembled in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the 2024 ID.4 will be available in three...

Volkswagen 2024 ID.4 EV: What’s New?

Outfitted with an upgraded 82 kWh battery, the ID.4 electric compact SUV will be available in three trim levels, with the price to be revealed close to its launch date.

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At its second annual Tech Day in Shanghai, Inceptio announced new orders from major logistics...

Chinese Autonomous-Tech Company Shares Self-Driving Truck Data

Chinese autonomous-truck company Inceptio Technology recently shared information from studies outlining the benefits of its Level 3 self-driving truck technology.

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Chrysler continues with its three tier Pacifica lineup, like the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica, but...

2024 Chrysler Pacifica Will Be Available as Hybrid Plug-In

The SUV features three different lineup features, and two different lineup models for the plug-in hybrid class.

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In this session, Mike Roeth, NACFE’s executive director, and Ari Kahn, manager, carbon free...

NACFE and RMI’s Run on Less — Electric DEPOT Mid-Run Results

This event, set to begin live on LinkedIn at 1 p.m. EST on Sept. 18, will allow them the opportunity to share the results of tracking energy use, miles driven, charging times, etc.

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Orange EV’s new Husk-e has a GCWR of up to 180,000 pounds.

Orange EV Husk-e Terminal Truck Offers More Battery Capacity

Electric yard truck manufacturer Orange EV launched its Husk-e Series terminal truck, calling it “the big dog" option for heavier-duty applications.

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In 2025, Honda plans to launch a new EV model in North America equipped with a NACS port.

Honda to Adopt North American Charging Standard for its EVs

Honda is the latest automaker participating in a common EV industry trend, joining Nissan, Polestar, Ford, General Motors, and Volvo in adopting the NACS this year.

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EV Mandates Jump Ahead of Energy and Charging Resources

The Off-Peak Video Summary: The goals and visions of mass adoption of electric vehicles do not yet match the realities of power sources. How should fleet managers factor energy, power grid, and utility access options into planning for EV fleet growth in the years ahead?

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