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Major Companies With Large Fleets Release New Electric Vehicle 'Blueprint' for Car and Truck Manufacturers

Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance members are pushing manufacturers to prioritize production of specific EV models

Members of the Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance presented top vehicle manufacturers, including Volvo, GM, Daimler and Toyota, with a roadmap for developing the types of electric vehicles that companies plan to acquire in the U.S. over the next five years.

Ahead of COP26, Major Businesses and Organizations Call on Government Leaders to Commit to Strong Clean Vehicle Policies That Slash Emissions

In two separate letters, signatories call for policies that ensure all new passenger and light-duty vehicles be zero emission by 2035.
Press Release

October 26, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Major global businesses and advocacy organizations are calling on an international council of government leaders to make clear that binding policies are needed worldwide to ensure that all new passenger and light-duty vehicles sold are zero emission by 2035.

In a pair of letters delivered today to the Zero Emission Vehicle Transition Council, the signatories urged the Council to set clear guidance on strong, clean vehicle policies.

Investment, Policy and Holistic Planning Integral to Drive Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure

White paper explores the state of U.S. hydrogen fueling infrastructure, recommendations for further adoption
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan., September 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ – A new white paper from Black & Veatch’s Smart Integrated Infrastructure (SII) business examines the current hydrogen fueling infrastructure in the U.S. and challenges that complicate development.

Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle Makes East Coast Debut

Collaboration, Cooperation Needed To Expand Hydrogen Infrastructure
Press Release

Washington, DC, January 22, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the Mirai, made its East Coast debut today at the DC Auto Show where a senior executive called for government and industry stakeholders to help kick start the hydrogen infrastructure needed to make fuel cell zero emission vehicles available to more drivers.
“Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles launched between 2015 and 2020 will require a concerted effort and collaboration between automakers,

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