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EPA grants Bollinger B4 Chassis Cab Certificate of Conformity

June 28, 2024
The certification signifies that the chassis cab conforms to EPA emissions requirements, with the company hoping to launch in the second half of 2024

Bollinger Motors received its Certificate of Conformity from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its Class 4 B4 Chassis Cab, pushing the company closer to delivering initial vehicles to customers.

Bollinger Motors plans to launch the Bollinger B4 Chassis Cab in the second half of 2024. The Certificate of Conformity certifies that the Bollinger B4 conforms to EPA emissions requirements. While the Bollinger B4 is already an all-electric, zero-emissions vehicle, the certification is still an important requirement for any manufacturer to begin selling vehicles in the United States.

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"This is a huge step for us in becoming the leader in all-electric commercial trucks," said Robert Bollinger, founder and CEO of Bollinger Motors. "We are proud that the Bollinger B4 is engineered and assembled right here in Michigan with 70% American-made content."

The Bollinger B4 Chassis Cab is a battery-electric, zero-emissions Class 4 commercial truck designed from the ground up with extensive fleet and upfitter input. Bollinger's chassis design protects the 800V battery and components to offer safety, flexibility, and performance in the commercial market. Bollinger Motors recently qualified for federal clean-vehicle purchasing incentives under the Inflation Reduction Act, which provides $40,000 in refundable tax credits per truck.

Today's announcement follows a series of Bollinger Motors' milestones in recent months, including: an 80-vehicle sale to Momentum Groups, a 50-vehicle sale to EnviroCharge, the addition of Nacarato Truck Centers, Nuss Truck & Equipment, and LaFontaine Auto Group as dealers and service centers; Our Next Energy in Novi, Michigan to supply battery packs; Roush Industries in Livonia, Michigan to manage vehicle assembly operations; Syncron as its warranty administration partner; and Amerit Fleet Solutions as its mobile service provider.

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