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FedEx Puts Four Hybrid Trucks into Service in Denver

21 February 2007

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp., introduced four hybrid electric medium-duty trucks into service in the Denver metropolitan area, thereby increasing its operating hybrid fleet in the US to 93 trucks.

Developed in cooperation with Environmental Defense and Eaton (earlier post), the hybrids improve fuel economy by 57%, cut NOx emissions by 65% and PM by 96%.

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