Green Fleet Roundup: Toyota, Panasonic, Tesla, Navistar, Volvo Trucks…

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Toyota display a concept version of its cell vehicle scheduled for around 2015 at the Tokyo Show at the end of the month. The FCV Concept ( ) has a driving range of at least 500 km miles) and refueling times as low as minutes, roughly the same as for a gasoline vehicle, Toyota

Panasonic will expand its of automotive-grade lithium-ion battery to Tesla Motors in an update to the 2011 agreement. The lithium-ion cells purchased from will be used to power the S as well as Model X, a performance vehicle that is scheduled to go production by the end of 2014.

Universal LNG Solutions has placed a purchase order for 900 Westport iCE liquid natural gas tank to be delivered over the next two iCE PACK is an on-board LNG tank customized for spark-ignited engines, and to meet the demands of today’s fleets by providing increased longer hold times and fueling times. Westport to begin shipping to Universal in the quarter of 2013.

Navistar’s   International LoneStar tractor with Cummins engine and Selective Catalytic emissions technology is now available for The LoneStar is the company’s final Class 8 on-highway truck to incorporate SCR emissions technology Navistar began its SCR transition in 2012.

Clean Energy has placed a purchase contract on in Jacksonville, Fla., where it hopes to a liquefied natural gas fuel . This would be the first LNG on the Eastern seaboard to specifically LNG for the maritime, heavy-duty trucking and industries, the company says. The facility is slated to be the the first to be developed by Eagle LNG Partners . a of Clean Energy, GE Ventures, GE Financial Services and Ferus Gas Fuels.

Air Liquide Japan and Toyota have signed a joint agreement to build two hydrogen stations near Aichi, will be for public use, hydrogen for future fuel electric vehicles, the companies

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Volvo Trucks has launched trucks in its  Optimized that the company says fuel efficiency and payload and weigh less than trucks.

Aviation Partners has announced the order of 111 firm Scimitar Winglet System s for next-generation 737 aircraft by Alaska . Alaska estimates that due to the winglets the company will another $20 million in annual costs. These fuel will also translate an environmental benefit by reducing Airlines’ CO2 output by more 68,000 tons per year.

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