PSE selected XL’s fleet electrification technology for its 40 new cleaner and more fuel-efficient Ford Transit utility vans, which hit the streets earlier this year.
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XL provides hybrid electric school buses with 25 percent higher MPG and 20 percent lower CO2 emissions.
Company announces rebrand from XL Hybrids to XL to better reflect expanding lineup of plug-in fleet electrification offerings.
Published in Xconomy by Tod Hynes
As cities get smarter, they use energy more efficiently and in a more controllable fashion, and they are better able to incorporate intermittent clean energy sources. Cities, and the power grids that support them, can use traditional power generation and stationary energy storage to support intermittent resources like wind and solar, but the lowest-cost solution for over a decade has been to control power loads with demand response. A large and emerging new power load is electrified vehicles, and they will play a critical role in the future of smart cities and clean energy.
Published in Trucks.com by Sebastian Blanco
XL Hybrids unveiled a hybrid conversion of the Ford F-250 pickup truck at the 2018 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis Tuesday. In addition to the gas-electric F-250 XLH, the company also showed off the Ford F-150 XLP, a plug-in hybrid truck. Adding a hybrid component to the powertrain can improve fuel economy by up to 25 percent while the plug-in hybrid can boost efficiency by up to 50 percent, Clay Siegert, XL’s chief operating officer, told Trucks.com.
Published in NGT News by Betsy Lillian
On the heels of a record year of sales – surpassing 60 million customer miles driven – XL Hybrids, a provider of electrified truck solutions for commercial and municipal fleets, has rebranded to XL. The company says it plans to offer more plug-in vehicle systems to complement its core hybrid-electric technology, as well as roll out enhancements to its connected vehicle telemetry offering, XL Link.