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Zero-Emission Public charging and H2 Fueling

Zero-Emission Public charging and H2 Fueling

End-to-end charging network solutions for commercial vehicles


Our Vision

Greenlane™ charging solutions was created to design, develop, install, and operate a nationwide, end-to-end charging network for medium- and heavy-duty battery electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles with the goal of accelerating the rollout of carbon-neutral freight transportation.

The lack of nationwide electric public charging infrastructure for commercial electric vehicles, especially those used for long-haul freight operations, remains one of the most significant barriers to the widespread deployment of sustainable fleets.

The Greenlane™ charging network will create a network of charging sites on critical freight routes along the east and west coasts and in Texas, leveraging existing infrastructure and amenities while adding complementary greenfield sites to fulfill anticipated customer demand.

The initial focus will be on battery electric medium-and heavy-duty vehicles, followed by hydrogen fueling stations for fuel cell trucks; the Greenlane sites will also be available for light-duty vehicles to serve the greater goal of fleet electrification. 

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Data Driven

The location of Greenlane charging sites and corridors is determined by data intelligence and customer-centric co-creation.

OEM Agnostic

Exhaustive interoperability testing and vehicle validation will ensure the trouble-free charging experience that commercial customers demand from their fleet operations, irrespective of OEM.

Future proof

Greenlane charging sites are developed from the ground up to support changes in zero-emission vehicle charging and fueling technology. Thoughtful layout and design ensure that megawatt charging systems and hydrogen fueling infrastructure can be quickly and easily added as vehicle technology matures.

The unique power behind Greenlane charging

Industry leading experience and knowledge

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NextEra Energy

NextEra Energy, Inc. is a leading clean energy company headquartered in Florida. NextEra Energy owns a competitive clean energy business, NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, which, together with its affiliated entities, is the world's largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun and a world leader in battery storage. 


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Daimler Truck North America

Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) is a leading manufacturer of commercial electric vehicles, including zero-emissions offerings with the Freightliner eCascadia, eM2, the FCCC MT50e, and the Thomas Built Bus Jouley, and brings extensive experience with helping customer electrify their truck fleet through the Detroit eConsulting organization.  In cooperation with the local utility company Portland General Electric (PGE), DTNA opened the first-of-its-kind public charging site for commercial vehicles near their corporate headquarters in Portland, Oregon.   


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BlackRock Climate Infrastructure

One of the world's largest renewable power equity investment platforms. The group seeks to invest across the spectrum of renewable power and energy transition supporting infrastructure globally, with over $10 billion in total commitments and investments in over 350 wind and solar projects, in addition to electric vehicle charging infrastructure and battery energy storage systems, across fifteen countries and five continents. 


Let’s work together

We’re committed to helping businesses thrive in a low-carbon economy. Let's partner to help you achieve your decarbonization goals.

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