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Freightliner, Diesel Direct Develop Diesel Electric Hybrid Fuel Truck
Monday, September 20, 2010 (1707 reads)


Diesel Direct and Freightliner Trucks have combined to develop what they say is the first-ever diesel electric hybrid fuel truck – a Freightliner Business ClassM2 106 Hybrid that will be used to deliver fuel to fleets primarily in Massachusetts.



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Isuzu to Promote Environmentally Friendly New Trucks with Nationwide Tour
Friday, September 17, 2010 (1668 reads)


The first and only low-cab-forward medium-duty trucks on the U.S. market to meet stringent new 2010 emissions regulations are about to receive nationwide recognition. Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc., has announced the ECO-Advantage Tour - a coast-to-coast showcase for the fuel-sipping, emissions-reducing technology found on the 2011 Isuzu NPR ECO-MAX.



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Frito-Lay On its Way to Largest Fleet of All-Electric Trucks in North America
Thursday, September 09, 2010 (1742 reads)


PepsiCo's Frito-Lay North America division is setting the wheels in motion this week for what will ultimately be the largest fleet of commercial all-electric trucks in North America. New York City will become the first U.S. city to see Frito-Lay snacks delivered by fully electric delivery trucks, with five new trucks beginning routes this month.
 



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New Research Center to Develop Energy Efficient Trucks Opens in Pasadena, CA
Monday, September 06, 2010 (1555 reads)


A state-funded research center that will work to develop energy efficient trucks broke ground Tuesday in Pasadena, with the goal of making vehicles 50 percent more efficient within the next decade, officials said.


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