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All in on electric

It’s a tiny murmur compared to the total vehicle sales market, but electric drivetrains are starting to make the kind of waves that turn into market-changing tsunamis. As UK company Arrival becomes a unicorn and gains 10,000 orders from UPS, we have a look at what will push electric vehicle sales in 2020 in this week’s 10 things.

UPS to buy 10,000 electric trucks from U.K. startup Arrival. [Axios]

8 electric truck and van companies to watch in 2020. [GreenBiz]

Amazon Inches Toward Carbon Neutrality Goal With StreetScooter Electric Truck Partnership. [Forbes]

Sneaky: Energy Department Pushes Electric Vehicles Under Trump’s Nose. [CleanTechnica]

Electric car sales are rising, but so are emissions. What's going on? [Wired]

Tesla says it will start making its futuristic semi this year — but only a few. [Business Insider]

Volvo Set To Challenge Tesla For Electric Car Supremacy. [Forbes]

Factbox: Electric vehicle subsidies under pressure in some Tesla core markets. [Reuters]

Electric Vehicle Batteries Will ‘Dwarf’ The Grid’s Energy-Storage Needs. [Forbes]

Didi to Launch Electric Vehicle Fleet in Mexico This Year. [Caixin Global]

To hear sessions on reducing emissions across the supply chain from John Lewis and Vos Logistics at the 3PL & Supply Chain Summit: Europe.

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