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Truck Parking Has Gotten Worse for Fleets…

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Many fleet industries use trucks to transport goods and make deliveries, however, because of their size, it can be difficult for drivers to find truck parking. In this Fleet Owner article, Steve Vaughn talks about the problem and what fleets can do to solve it.

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A Startup That Could Spark a “Hydrogen Economy”

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Today, wind and solar power are at the forefront of sustainable energy, however, there could be an important and relevant place for hydrogen in the future. In an article by Vox, David Roberts expands on the idea of a hydrogen economy and how the company HyTech Power could bring positive change by targeting diesel engines and energy storage. Here, our fuel card company shares the article.

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Exxon Mobil’s Latest Investment Plan

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Since the recent lawmakers’ tax overhaul, many companies have revamped their financial plans towards new investments. In a CNBC article by Tom DiChristopher, he discusses Exxon Mobil’s latest $35 billion investment plan in the U.S. Here, our fleet card company shares.

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The Diesel Vehicles Available in 2018

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Diesel has been at the forefront of the vehicle industry for awhile, and it all seemed to start with the Volkswagen emissions scandal. Once that blew over, the company (as well as Audi and Porsche) permanently ended diesel sales in the U.S. while the U.K. banned the sale of new diesel cars by 2040 (with a pollution tax in 2020 for those driving diesel engines).

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Shell Is Aiming to Go Greener

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Our fuel card company is happy to hear that Royal Dutch Shell (more commonly known as Shell), one of the largest oil companies in the world, is pledging to go greener by reducing the amount of emissions it produces. In fact, it aims to halve them: by 2035, the company wants to cut its net emissions by 20% and by 2050, 50%.

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