The OEM plans to integrate Electriphi’s capabilities with Ford Pro services to develop advanced charging and energy management experiences for commercial customers.
The companies will install charging stations at municipal accounts across North America.
The Kentucky Legislative Research Commission has issued a report that urges the state’s Finance and Administration Cabinet to revamp several fleet management policies.
Southern California Edison will contribute nearly $18 million for air assets to protect Californians from dangerous wildfires.
The City of Kalamazoo, Michigan, will analyze fuel performance across all temperatures, operating conditions, and engine/vehicle and equipment configurations from June 2021 through June 2022.
Cobb County, Georgia, fleet staff members moved into its brand-new light-duty fleet facility in May. Here are some features of the $5 million facility.
Pierce Manufacturing and Oshkosh Airport Products have introduced the Volterra platform of electric vehicles for the fire and emergency market, with the first municipal truck already in service with the City of Madison, Wis.
The next generation of SmartSense employs AI and computer vision to detect suspected sleep, drowsiness, cell phone usage, smoking, and general inattention, alerting drivers to take action to avoid a collision.
The OEM is providing 20 vehicles to help transport vaccines to underserved communities and increase vaccine access for Angelenos with limited transportation or immobility.
Cobb County, Georgia, Fleet Services has moved out of a decades-old shop into a modern fleet facility.
Through PowerMIFleet, Consumers Energy will provide expertise and consultation services to Michigan businesses, governments, and school systems.
The latest advanced AI capabilities from Nauto include automatic detection of four new, high-risk driver behaviors in the vehicle that trigger real-time alerts for greater driver and fleet safety and risk reduction, while also helping to streamline operations.
The Shyft Group plans to bring to market an all-electric, purpose-built Class 3 chassis platform designed to serve a wide array of medium-duty truck markets, from last-mile delivery fleets to work trucks, passenger buses, recreational vehicles, and more.
The Largo, Florida, Police Department received $7,000 from Duke Energy earlier this year to aid in the purchase of two new Zero electric motorcycles.
Guests discuss New York City's plans for an all-electric fleet and supporting public use of electric vehicles.
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