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  • Daimler is preparing fuel cell JV with Volvo

    Daimler is preparing fuel cell JV with Volvo

    Daimler has taken another organizational step on the way to the joint venture around commercial vehicle fuel cells with Volvo Trucks: All of the Group's fuel cell activities are now bundled in the newly founded Daimler Truck Fuel Cell GmbH & Co. KG.


    Andreas Gorbach (45) and Christian Mohrdieck (60) are appointed managing directors of the new company, as Daimler announced in a message. In April, Daimler Trucks and the Volvo Group entered into a preliminary, non-binding agreement
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  • Berlin doubles the federal share of the environmental bonus - no purchase premium for combustion engines

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  • New electric trucks in Regensburg and London

    New electric trucks in Regensburg and London

    After two weeks of testing, Infineon enters the Regensburg location electricalTruck in regular operation. Daimler has also delivered another Fuso eCanter in London - for a special purpose.


    But first to Regensburg: The vehicle is not used by Infineon itself, but by logistics partner Kuehne + Nagel. Framo's 7.5-ton truck travels around 100 kilometers a day, and the e-truck travels four times a working day between the factory premises and an external supply center. The Framo comes...
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  • Manchester orders 27 electric garbage trucks

    Manchester orders 27 electric garbage trucks

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  • Toyota establishes fuel cell joint venture with Chinese OEM

    Toyota establishes fuel cell joint venture with Chinese OEM

    Toyota is establishing a joint venture in China with FAW, Dongfeng, GAC, BAIC and SinoHytec for the joint development of fuel cell systems for commercial vehicles. However, the Japanese will hold the majority in the joint venture called United Fuel Cell System R&D (FCRD).


    As Toyota wrote in a statement, 65 percent of the FCRD stake will be held by the Toyota Motor Company. The Chinese hydrogen specialist SinoHytec will hold 15 percent, the four car companies each five percent....
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  • GM is planning an e-truck

    GM is planning an e-truck

    General Motors is working on one, according to a media report electricalDelivery truck to go into production in late 2021. In addition, the US automaker is said to be establishing cooperation with CATL in China.


    The Reuters news agency claims to have learned both. General Motors wanted to use the e-delivery van to target commercial customers, but also delivery services such as Amazon and UPS, as five people familiar with the plans confirmed to Reuters.

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