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Bollinger Motors
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Electrifying The Commercial Trucking Industry

About the Event


While other EV companies battle it out in the crowded and increasingly price-sensitive consumer space, Bollinger Motors is focusing on delivering electric trucks to large fleet customers. It’s a market worth $3.4B in the U.S. today and will have a global TAM of $69B by 2032.

Not only will Bollinger’s trucks be cleaner, but they will also be more capable and have a significantly lower total cost of ownership. Bollinger is in the final stages of engineering development and plans to begin delivering trucks to customers for pilot programs later this year.

Join our webinar to hear Founder and CEO, Robert Bollinger, discuss the company’s future and share why companies like ConEdison are partnering with them to electrify their fleets.

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