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Mercedes and Rivian plan to make vans together in Europe

Mercedes and Rivian plan to make vans together in Europe

The agreement is a rare example of cooperation between a traditional carmaker and an upstart.
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E.P.A. plans tighter tailpipe rules for trucks, vans and buses

E.P.A. plans tighter tailpipe rules for trucks, vans and buses

For the first time since 2001, the government is setting more stringent limits on pollution from trucks, vans, and buses that harms human health.
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Rivian Loses Its Shine as Investors Fret About Production Delays

The electric vehicle maker’s stock surged after a public offering last fall but has since plunged, in part because the company failed to meet its 2021 goals.
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As states move to electrify their fleets, activists demand greater environmental justice focus

As states move to electrify their fleets, activists demand greater environmental justice focus

Five states have joined California to make electric trucks, buses and tractors more available in the coming years, but advocates want more done to reduce pollution in vulnerable communities.

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Can anyone satisfy Amazon’s craving for electric vans?

Amazon has an insatiable appetite for electric vans, thanks to a ballooning logistics operation and a pledge that half of its deliveries will be carbon-neutral by 2030. But that hunger is running into the reality that the auto industry barely produces any of the vehicles yet.

Can anyone satisfy Amazon's craving for electric vans?

Can anyone satisfy Amazon's craving for electric vans?

The company has big plans to turn its delivery fleet green. But very few of the vehicles are made right now.
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Arrival developing electric vehicles without assembly line

Arrival, a developer of electric vans and buses, says it has come up with a cheaper way to build vehicles in small factories. But can it deliver on that promise?
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