Renault’s first electric construction truck


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Renault D Wide Z is clean, 100% electric, after launching a line of electric distribution trucks, Renault Trucks has started producing electric trucks designed for construction applications. French factory hire, Noblet Group, is waiting to deliver the first D Wide ZE equipped with a Jocquin tipper body and Hiab X HiPro 142-E backhoe loader. It will be operated in the Greater Paris region. The 26-ton D Wide ZE 6×2 fully electric motor with a steering rear axle is equipped with a package of four 66 kWh batteries. On construction sites, the crane and core equipment, which requires continued engine operation, will now operate without emissions or noise. Noblet CEO Laurent Galle said, “Some customers in certain cities in the Paris region, for specific job sites, will be willing to pay more for equipment that is essentially carbon-free and, above all, silent. Noblet is also benefiting from the support available from the government. The French, which totals around € 100,000 for this car, said Andrew Scott, Head of Electrosurgery for Renault Trucks in the UK and Arielan: “The recent changes that the UK government has made to the Plug-in car grant have failed to recognize the key role that incentives can play. In increasing demand for electric cars. If we want to see electric cars being adopted in sectors like construction, it will be critical that we have government support in appropriately assessing the benefits that fully electric cars can bring to our city streets. ”Have you got a story? Email [email protected]


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