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California Approves $738M for Electrification Projects

The California Public Utilities Commission approved $738 million for the state’s three largest utilities to support electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

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PG&E's Fleet Electrification Efforts

California-based Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) already has programs to encourage light-duty vehicle electrification. With new initiatives, the utility hopes to electrify medium- and heavy-duty vehicles in its service area.

Quanta Services Names Meisel VP of Fleet Management

Dave Meisel was named vice president - fleet management for Quanta Services, Inc., which is headquartered in Houston, Texas. He assumed this position in September.

PG&E Targets Medium- and Heavy-Duty Electrification

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) aims to support widespread EV adoption for medium- to heavy-duty vehicles by developing four new pilot projects aimed at fleet and residential customers.

Calif. Utilities Approve $41M for EV Pilots

CPUC approved 15 pilot projects to boost electric vehicle adoption, including the electrification of school buses, delivery trucks, airport/seaport equipment, truck stops, and commuter locations.

Improving Driver Safety with Technology

Fleet managers are combining training and technology to ensure drivers are creating a safe environment in the cab and on the road.

Fleets Test VIA Motors' Plug-in Hybrids

A major utility company and a telecommunications provider are testing the plug-in hybrid trucks and vans, of which the vehicle modifier is expanding production to meet the growing demand from fleets.

PG&E Adds Hybrid-Electric Bucket Trucks

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) added about 100 hybrid-electric bucket trucks in 2010 and has ordered 125 more as part of its fleet greening efforts.

Hybrid Large Trucks: the Road to Viability

Through the support of WestStart-CALSTART’s Hybrid Truck Users Forum, 13 utility fleets became early adopters of medium- and heavy-duty hybrid truck technology. Fleet managers report substantial fuel savings and few maintenance issues, though greater production is needed to drive premiums down.

Top Truck Fleets by Vehicle Segment

The fastest growing fleet segments are light- and medium-duty trucks, vans, and SUVs. Here are the top 25 fleets in each segment.