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Uber Freight EV truck charging

Uber Freight and Greenlane Team Up to Accelerate the Development and Installation of Commercial Electric Truck Charging Stations

December 14, 2023

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Greenlane CEO Patrick Macdonald-King

Patrick Macdonald-King Appointed Chief Executive Officer of Greenlane

September 28, 2023

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Rendering of electric semi trucks at charging stations

Introducing Greenlane: Daimler Truck North America, NextEra Energy Resources and BlackRock Forge Ahead with Public Charging Infrastructure Joint Venture

April 27, 2023

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Electric semi truck on a highway close to railroad train

Daimler Truck North America, NextEra Energy Resources and BlackRock Renewable Power Announce Plans To Accelerate Public Charging Infrastructure For Commercial Vehicles Across The U.S. 

January 31, 2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Greenlane™ network is a joint venture between Daimler Truck North America, LLC, NextEra Energy Resources, LLC and BlackRock Alternatives, through a fund managed by its Climate Infrastructure business, created to design, develop, install and operate a nationwide, high-performance zero-emission public charging and hydrogen fueling network for medium- and heavy-duty battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.


Greenlane™ transportation energy solutions addresses the urgent need for publicly available, nationwide electric charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure for commercial vehicles, especially for long-haul freight operations, and is a critical step toward developing a sustainable zero-emission vehicle ecosystem across North America.

The network of charging sites will first be built on critical freight routes along the east and west coasts and in Texas with plans to expand the network nationwide.


Greenlane™ transportation energy solutions will offer affordable, dependable, en-route, high-speed charging and hydrogen refueling infrastructure using carbon free energy. Driving electric and fuel cell vehicles that charge and refuel at GreenlaneTM sites will eliminate tail-pipe emissions and drive the growth of carbon-free electricity generation and hydrogen production.