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FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

FedEx Finds Unexpected Benefits from New Fuel Technologies: Q&A with Mitch Jackson

Each business day, FedEx serves over 220 countries and territories with more than 600 aircraft as well as more than 190,000 on-road and off-road vehicles, which includes around 132,000 company-owned vehicles. The shipping company, which has $60 billion-plus in revenue, operates on an immense scale. Over the past decade, FedEx … Read more »

CDP: Low-Carbon Economy Presents Automakers with Big Opportunities

CDP: Low-Carbon Economy Presents Automakers with Big Opportunities

A CDP report published today analyzed 16 of the world’s largest publicly-listed automotive companies that responded to an extensive questionnaire last year. The report identified best and lowest performing automakers as well as major opportunities emerging while the industry enters a low-carbon transition. The report, called “Driving Disruption,” assessed companies … Read more »

Clean Fleets: Ford Electrifies Work Trucks, Carbon Fiber Subframe Improves Fuel Efficiency

Clean Fleets: Ford Electrifies Work Trucks, Carbon Fiber Subframe Improves Fuel Efficiency

Several new innovations, including a lightweight carbon fiber composite subframe, electrified work trucks and biofuel made from wastewater can help corporate fleets reduce emissions and meet fuel economy regulations.

Ford, Home Depot Talk Electrifying Fleets, Cutting Transport Emissions, Raising Revenue

Ford, Home Depot Talk Electrifying Fleets, Cutting Transport Emissions, Raising Revenue

Medium- and heavy-duty electric truck sales will see a boost from stricter emissions targets for commercial vehicles, according to Navigant Research. Meanwhile Ford rolls out new EVs and Home Depot says cutting emissions also generates revenue.

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EV Charging Companies to DOJ: Do You Trust VW to Invest ‘Game Changing’ $2 Billion Fairly?

Electric vehicle charging companies have called for independent oversight of Volkswagen’s planned $2 billion investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the US — part of the automaker’s penalty for cheating emissions tests.

Duke Energy Pumps $1.5M into EV Charging Stations

Duke Energy said it will provide $1 million to develop public electric vehicle charging stations in North Carolina and an additional $500,000 for the construction of electric bus charging stations. The company’s EV Charging Infrastructure Support Project is part of a settlement with the EPA and environmental groups over Duke’s … Read more »

Corporate Leaders Can Help Fuel Clean Energy Automotive Initiatives

Corporate Leaders Can Help Fuel Clean Energy Automotive Initiatives

Leading by example is more than a cliche. It can help fuel clean energy initiatives, literally. The companies and the chief executives on the cutting edge of technology and sustainability are setting the tone by employing alternatively fueled vehicles and ones that are said to pollute less than those using … Read more »

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