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  • D&H United Fueling Solutions has been named to Energy Tech Review Magazine’s list of Top 10 EV Charging Services Providers for 2023. Energy Tech Review Magazine is a leading print and online publication that provides technology news, articles and insights on the latest in the energy marketplace. This is D&H READ MORE
  • A new study sheds some light on a main concern for EV drivers: What’s causing problems with dead public EV charging stations? With electric vehicle sales continuing to rise in North America, the reliability of public charging networks has become a crucial issue—and a differentiator between Tesla and every other carmaker selling READ MORE
  • AAA expects 43.2 million people will drive to their destinations. AAA is predicting record-setting travel for the July 4 holiday. The association believes 50.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home this Independence Day Weekend, with domestic travel over the long weekend increasing by 2.1 million people READ MORE
  • DETROIT — General Motors will follow crosstown rival Ford Motor in partnering with Tesla to use the electric vehicle leader’s North American charging network and technologies. Under the deal, GM vehicles will be able to access 12,000 of Tesla’s fast chargers using an adapter and the Detroit automaker’s EV charging app, starting next year. GM, like Ford, READ MORE
  • Houston area authorities recently arrested eight people accused of stealing over 100,000 gallons of fuel from local gas stations.  This event is a sobering reminder that we live with the ongoing threat of fuel theft as the technology used by thieves becomes increasingly sophisticated.  Fortunately, D&H United offers the Pulser READ MORE
  • Building on rapid advancements and investments in clean vehicle manufacturing, including investments in domestic manufacturing in the Inflation Reduction Act, EPA’s proposed standards would deliver on President Biden’s agenda to tackle the climate crisis April 12, 2023 Contact Information EPA Press Office ([email protected]) WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency READ MORE