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GM to provide Southern Company with Hydrotec fuel cell-powered trucks

GM is sending its trucks to Southern Company to demonstrate real-life applications of fuel cells for fleet and commercial customers.

GM hires vice president of batteries

In this newly created role, GM said Kurt Kelty will be charged with GM’s battery cell strategy and a new end-to-end approach.

GM, Honda begin volume production of fuel cell systems

The hydrogen power solutions built at FCSM will be used by both companies in various product applications and business ventures.

FreeWire, GM Energy partner on EV charging infrastructure for fleets

GM Energy and FreeWire said they are hoping to accelerate access to more convenient charging for fleet electrification.

GM, Komatsu collaborate on hydrogen fuel cell power module

The companies intend to test the prototype Hydrotec-powered mining vehicle in the mid-2020s.

GM, Autocar partner on zero-emissions vocational vehicles

Fuel cell technology offers an additional energy propulsion option to support vocational customers’ move toward EPA requirements.

SAE ITC launches EVPKI Consortium for secure EV charging

The mission is to create and manage an inclusive framework for secure digital trust across the electric mobility PKI ecosystem.

Pilot Travel Centers, GM and EVgo launch EV fast charging network

The network provides EV travelers access to the same amenities offered at existing Pilot and Flying J travel center locations.

GM invests in Niron Magnetics for EV motor magnets

GM will co-develop sustainable magnets with Niron Magnetics using iron nitride for potential use in future GM EV motors.

Niron Magnetics Investment
GM, Cruise, Honda announce AV ride-hail venture in Japan

The vehicle allows for six passengers to sit face-to-face, enabling customers to comfortably travel in a new way.

NACFE to monitor 21 electric trucks – including Tesla Semi

The goal is to understand the impact of electric vehicles on total depot electric energy and fuel consumption.

GM invests in Mitra Chem’s proprietary AI platform

General Motors invests $60 million in Mitra Chem for AI-enabled battery materials, focusing on iron-based cathodes.