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Ford’s new electric F-150 will resurrect the name ‘Lightning’
An iconic fixture on construction sites and American driveways alike, the ‘Big Three’ auto maker will officially unveil its new pickup on May 19
Doosan Infracore completes first battery pack prototype
Maker of construction machinery, including Bobcat compact equipment, accelerates its battery pack and electrified products business
Interview: Are electric pavers a thing?
Leaders at GOMACO talk about the future of paving technology and the possibility of battery-powered machines in the future
Diesel’s not done
Despite advancements in alternative power, there’s still a place at the table for diesel-powered engines
Volvo Group creates business area dedicated to electrification
‘Volvo Energy’ will work toward improving the charging infrastructure and reduce environment impact of electric and hybrid vehicles
GM to phase out petroleum-powered vehicles by 2035
Pivotal move by one of the world’s largest automakers could speed the transition toward all-electric construction equipment 
John Deere to test electric backhoe concept
Leading OEM and power company National Grid working on electric backhoe concept
Vermeer buys Normag drilling technology
Vermeer acquires electric-powered horizontal directional drilling and fluid systems technology from Normag
EcoNet from Balfour Beatty to reduce site carbon emissions
New EcoNet technology from UK contractor Balfour Beatty will reduce carbon emissions on construction sites by up to 80%.
Disrupting the material handling sector
From hydrogen and electric power to robotics and telematics, an array of new technologies are changing the forklift sector
Deutz and Deere in engine tie-up
The two companies will develop new low horsepower engine
Electric crawler cranes new from Liebherr
Liebherr has introduced a pair of electric crawler cranes, tested and ready for production
Electric focus for JCB
At an online event JCB unveiled new electric-powered equipment and products
Cummins drives ahead with hydrogen
Hydrogen technologies an “increasingly important” part of the company’s business 
JCB debuts all-electric telehandler
JCB has expanded its E-Tech range of zero-emissions machines with its first-ever electric telehandler, the 505-20E
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