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PG&E Unveils Plug-In Electric Truck

Pacific Gas & Electric Company has unveiled its first plug-in hybrid-electric Class 6 truck. The vehicle, developed by Efficient Drivetrains Incorporated, combines up to 50 miles of all-electric driving with 300 miles of driving range in hybrid mode.

California Utilities Expand Green Fleets

California's largest utilities including San Diego Gas and Electric, Pacific Gas and Electric and Southern California Edison will beef up the number of plug-in electric vehicles in their fleets in the near term, the companies announced.

'Connected' Bucket Truck Details Released

Developed in partnership with Altec and Telogis, PG&E is combing an ePTO system with telematics and even digital license plate technology for this Class 5 bucket truck.

Utilities Urged to Double EV Investment

Edison Electric Institute (EEI) and a few private utilities are urging other electric utilities to more than double their current investments in electric fleet vehicles. Both groups have taken steps to support utilities working to achieve this goal.

Public Fleet Summit Comes to Austin

Dave Seavey, director of fleet operations for PG&E, is one of the presenters at this Public Fleet Summit, which focuses on leadership within public fleet management.

Seavey Retires From Seattle, Joins PG&E

Dave Seavey, CAFM, Fleet Management Division director for the City of Seattle, announced that he will retire from the City and will join Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) as its director of fleet operations. Chris Wiley, CAFM, fleet operations manager, serves as interim fleet director.