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Daimler Trucks to invest $40 million in Portland engineering center

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Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) announced plans to invest more than $40 million in a new electric vehicle engineering facility at its Swan Island headquarters in Portland.

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Daimler Truck North America Invests in Clean Transportation Technology in Portland, Oregon

CleanTechnica EVs

PORTLAND, OREGON — Daimler Truck North America LLC (DTNA) has announced two significant investments at its headquarters complex on Swan Island, a new Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) training center adjacent to Electric Island and a new engineering facility at the DTNA campus. The new addition to Electric Island represents.

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Daimler Truck picks Portland for new engineering facility, EVSE training center

Electric Cars Report

The new addition to Electric Island represents the next phase to accelerate testing and development of charging […] The post Daimler Truck picks Portland for new engineering facility, EVSE training center appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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Alcoa to restart curtailed aluminum smelting capacity at Portland Aluminium in Australia

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Alcoa Corporation announced that the Portland Aluminium joint venture plans to restart 35,000 metric tons per year (mtpy) of curtailed capacity at its aluminum smelter in the State of Victoria in Australia. The project is expected to create approximately 30 permanent roles at the smelter and about 50 temporary construction positions.

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Daimler Trucks to invest $40 million in Portland engineering center

Baua Electric

Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) announced plans to invest more than $40 million in a new electric vehicle engineering facility at its Swan Island headquarters in Portland. Daimler Truck North America is proud to call Portland, Oregon our home,” said John O’Leary, president and CEO, DTNA. That’s not the tech that’s gonna win.

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TriMet puts first Xcelsior CHARGE electric bus into operation; powered by Portland General Electric renewable energy

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TriMet partnered with Portland General Electric (PGE) to purchase, own, and maintain six ABB chargers and the related infrastructure. TriMet is operating the forty-foot Xcelsior CHARGE bus on Line 62-Murray Blvd in the Portland, Oregon metro area. New Flyer of America Inc. The program was funded in part with a $3.4-million

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Maine’s first electric public transit buses hit the road in Portland

Electrek

Maine’s first electric public transit vehicles – four Proterra ZX5 35-foot buses – went into service on the streets of Portland yesterday. The post Maine’s first electric public transit buses hit the road in Portland appeared first on Electrek.

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