The European version of the 'Nikola Tre BEV' is used in the port of Hamburg.

Port of Hamburg tests battery-electric articulated lorries

Hamburg/Ulm - The Port of Hamburg is testing battery-electric articulated lorries from the American e-truck manufacturer Nikola. The two-phase demonstration project traces back to an agreement between Nikola, the commercial vehicle brand Iveco and the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA)...
  • Financial boost for e-mobility start-up

    Munich - The European Investment Bank is funding the Munich-based manufacturer of small electric commercial vehicles, Evum Motors, with a total of 12.5 million euros. The start-up will receive a further 7.5 million euros from other investors....
  • Electric trucks on the advance

    Düsseldorf - According to a recent study, more than half of the newly registered trucks in Europe, the USA and China will have an alternative drive in 2035. By 2040, the share of battery-electric commercial vehicles and those with fuel cells could rise to over 85 per cent of new registrations....
  • Vier Gas Transport founds company for Bio-LNG

    Essen - Vier Gas Transport GmbH is investing in a liquefaction plant for biomethane, which is to be built in Röthenbach an der Pegnitz (Bavaria) and will produce up to 50,000 tonnes of bio-LNG per year for truck transport...
  • Siemens and Shell cooperate on hydrogen technologies

    Zug - The two companies Siemens and Shell want to work more closely together on hydrogen in the future. The companies have now signed a declaration of intent to this effect.
  • New power-to-liquid plant in Hamburg

    Hamburg - A new power-to-liquid demonstration plant has started operation in Hamburg. Based on green hydrogen, the plant will produce synthetic fuels as well as raw waxes...
  • Hypion builds hydrogen filling station in Neumünster

    Neumünster - In Neumünster, Schleswig-Holstein, a hydrogen filling station for heavy-duty transport will be built. The project is being implemented by the hydrogen joint venture Hypion together with the Dutch supplier Resato Hydrogen Technology...
  • ADAC: Charging losses of up to 30 per cent are common

    Munich - The losses when charging electric cars are up to 30 per cent according to an evaluation by the German automobile association ADAC. For this purpose, the automobile club charged four models from different manufacturers both at a household socket and at a wallbox and compared the results...