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FedEx Getting 25 Turbine-Hybrids

October 3rd, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

Tesla co-founder Ian Wright and his turbine-hybrid drivetrain company Wrightspeed have signed a deal to provide FedEx with its advanced powertrains.

FedEx Electric Delivery Vans To Get Hydrogen Range Extenders

January 7th, 2014 | by Christopher DeMorro

The commercial vehicle market stands to benefit the most from the adoption of cheap-to-operate electric vehicles, though range limitations also mean limited use for most delivery companies. Buoyed by a $3 million Federal grant, FedEx, Smith Electric Vehicles, and Plug Power are adding hydrogen-powered range extenders to 20 electric delivery vans for real world testing

GE Slowly But Surely Buying Hybrid Vehicles As Promised

November 26th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

Few companies have so vehemently and vocally supported hybrid and electric vehicles like General Electric. While it is obviously in the interest of GE, which produces charging stations and electrical components for electrified vehicles, GE made waves by pledging to replace half of its vehicle fleet with plug-in vehicles. Two years later, and that pledge is holding up, albeit at a slow, methodical pace

Highways to the future

April 20th, 2011 | by Andrew Meggison

Ryder, DHL, and other major hauling companies are taking major steps to lower their petroleum fuel usage, opting to purchase [&hellip

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