This will be the replacement of your electric batteries, after the fire in your units.
A fire in June and a second incident in August led Nikola Corp. to recall and stop selling its battery-electric trucks. Last September the company announced its new launch: a hydrogen truck, an alternative solution.
After the fire that occurred on June 23 at the company’s facilities, Nikola took a drastic solution, stopping production of all its Class 8 Tre and recovering those sold for new tests.
The company has been looking to recover after the incidents that occurred, and its recent efforts include the appointment of Girsky, former vice president of General Motors Co. as its new CEO, along with the news of a new truck that promises to revolutionize the market .
How hydrogen vehicles work
The Tre FCEV truck uses a process in which it transforms hydrogen into electrical energy by combining it with oxygen. Additionally, it supplements its battery with hydrogen energy from the fuel cell for acceleration, capturing energy through regenerative braking. According to information found on Nikola Corp’s official website, it boasts a maximum range of 500 miles and a recharge time of 20 minutes or less.
Regarding the incidents, on November 2, the company declared that it will end the production of the battery packs that were used in the trucks that were supplied by Romeo Power Inc. The replacement process will cost $61.8 million. dollars for the company.
Tesla Inc. has delivered the first Cybertrucks after years of delays in development and manufacturing issues. On November 30, Tesla CEO Elon Musk handed over
The American Transportation Research Institute analyzed the long-running controversy with towing practices. The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) released a report on November 29 of
This depot will be capable of providing high-speed loading infrastructure for hundreds of trucks daily. Forum Mobility, a freight and freight transportation electrification provider, announced
The national average of $4,146 per gallon is the lowest since $4,127 on July 31. The drop in diesel prices continues for another week. According
By the end of next year, truck drivers who test positive for drug use will remain in a “prohibited” status and will lose their commercial