Europe's three leading commercial vehicle manufacturers are planning to set up a high-performance charging network for battery-powered long-haul trucks and coaches for vehicles of all makes
Fully electric, hybrid or powered by hydrogen. The truck of the future is already here. The challenge currently lies in making sure it becomes compatible with the grid.
Scientists at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research Empa are researching a new powertrain concept for commercial vehicles with the use of a special test engine.
According to various statistics, an average truck emits around 130 grams of carbon dioxide (CO2) per kilometer. However, this value could be substantially reduced by […]
By Auke Hoekstra This blog first appeared on the currently defunct site Living Lab Smart Charging in September 2017. In this blog we will calculate […]
With graceful movements Huub Smit puts on his glove. He steps back and moves his hand slowly, as if he pulls an invisible rope. With a […]