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Category: Green

Ryder Recognized as Top Green Supply Chain Partner for Continued Commitment to Sustainability

Ryder Recognized as Top Green Supply Chain Partner for Continued Commitment to Sustainability

| July 15, 2019

Ryder plans to help pave the way for the adoption of commercial electric vehicles (EV) in the U.S. Ryder System, Inc. has been named as a Green Supply Chain Partner in the annual Inbound Logistics “G75” special section, which recognizes the 75 leading companies that demonstrate a deep commitment to efficiency and sustainability. This marks the eleventh […]

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Electrify America Petitions for First-Ever Emoji in Support of Electric Vehicles

Electrify America Petitions for First-Ever Emoji in Support of Electric Vehicles

| July 15, 2019

Proposal to Unicode Consortium introduces an emoji representing the future of transportation As modern-day communication evolves, emojis continue to grow in popularity, with 230 new characters being added to major platforms in 20191. As such, it’s important that they be representative of today’s world, which increasingly includes electric vehicles (EVs) and the stations that charge […]

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Fort Worth’s zero-emission service with buses from New Flyer

Fort Worth’s zero-emission service with buses from New Flyer

| July 12, 2019

The Dash is a zero-emission service connecting Downtown Fort Worth with its Cultural District New Flyer of America Inc. (New Flyer), a subsidiary of NFI Group Inc. (NFI), one of the world’s largest independent global bus manufacturers, today announced that the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (“Trinity Metro”) has awarded New Flyer a contract for four heavy-duty, thirty-five-foot […]

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Is Tesla’s Warning of a Battery Minerals Shortage Valid or Not?

Is Tesla’s Warning of a Battery Minerals Shortage Valid or Not?

| July 11, 2019

These critical battery minerals include lithium, nickel, copper, and cobalt One of the world’s leading electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers, Tesla has issued a warning about a potential global shortage of battery minerals on the horizon. The question on many industry watchers mind is in what time frame? It seems the answer is a bit murky. […]

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EPA Proposes Renewable Volume for 2020 to Meet Statutory Deadline

EPA Proposes Renewable Volume for 2020 to Meet Statutory Deadline

| July 8, 2019

Minimums that must be supplied to the market include biomass-based diesel volume standard The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler issued a proposed rule under the Renewable Fuel Standards (RFS) program that would set the minimum amount of renewable fuels that must be supplied to the market in calendar year 2020, as well […]

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Ethanol Outlook Weak Amid Sluggish Demand

Ethanol Outlook Weak Amid Sluggish Demand

| July 8, 2019

Persistent low margins will likely drive ethanol plants to diversify revenue streams Operating margins for ethanol producers will likely remain weak for the remainder of 2019 under the weight of abundant production. Declining corn production this year will also squeeze margins and some ethanol plants will be forced to shut down or idle their production […]

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