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Feb 01, 2023

On January 31, FPT Industrial announced that it will be supplying up to 500 high-performance battery packs to sister company IVECO BUS to equip its fleet of E-WAY full-electric 18 m articulated city buses to be delivered in Belgium, following a recently signed framework agreement with the Flemish government-owned public transport enterprise De Lijn.
Produced at FPT Industrial’s new carbon-neutral ePowertrain Plant in Turin (Italy), the 69 kWh FPT battery pack offers impressive energy density. Thanks in no small part to NMC (Lithium Nickel Cobalt Manganese) technology, the eBS 69 offers quick charging/discharging times.

Based on FPT Industrial press release

Jan 25, 2023

On January 25, IVECO BUS, a brand of Iveco Group N.V. signed a framework agreement with the Flemish government-owned public transport enterprise De Lijn for the sale of a first batch of 65 E-WAY full electric city buses and further batches up to a total of 500 vehicles. The vehicles will be deployed in several cities in Flanders, with deliveries beginning in 2024 and potentially continuing over six years. Altogether they will come to represent the largest fleet of IVECO BUS articulated electric buses in operation.
Available in 4 different lengths, E-WAY bus offers a choice of overnight slow charging or fast charging using a pantograph. The 18m-long articulated units for De Ljin will be equipped with a unique high-performance battery pack assembled at the new FPT Industrial ePowertrain plant in Turin, the manufacturing site fully dedicated to the production of Iveco Group’s electric powertrain range.

IVECO BUS press release

Jan 23, 2023

On January 23, Nikola Corporation and IVECO announced a letter of intent for an order of 100 Class 8, heavy-duty Nikola Tre hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) from GP JOULE, a system provider for integrated energy solutions based in Reussenkoege, Germany.
The Nikola Tre FCEVs in the European 6x2 variant will be manufactured by the joint venture between Nikola and Iveco Group at the site created in Ulm, Germany.
Thirty of the initial 100 Nikola Tre FCEVs are expected to be delivered to GP JOULE within 2024.
This will be followed by the delivery of the remaining 70 vehicles in 2025.  
IVECO will provide essential maintenance and service functions.
GP JOULE will make the 100 Nikola trucks available to its customers in transport and logistics.
The order is subject to GP JOULE’s successful application for KsNI funding, Germany’s program to support the acquisition of vehicles with alternative, climate-friendly drives.
Furthermore, starting in 2026, GP JOULE and Iveco Group have agreed to market additional FCEVs to customers in Europe.
GP JOULE will provide them with 100% green hydrogen at their hydrogen refueling station network.

Nikola Corporation press release