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Wie öko ist ein Elektroauto wirklich?

Petrol and diesel cars have been rightly criticised. They are noisy and smelly and they release large quantities of harmful substances which are detrimental to climate and environment and they damage our health. The alternative is clear: electric vehicles (EVs). But as German automotive companies have missed out on entry into the EV market, increasing […]

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Shai Agassi: A new ecosystem for electric cars

Shai Agassi: A new ecosystem for electric cars

So how would you run a whole country without oil? That’s the question that sort of hit me in the middle of a Davos afternoon about four years ago. It never left my brain. And I started playing with it more like a puzzle. The original thought I had: this must be ethanol. So I […]

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Volvo Trucks – Introducing our new gas-powered trucks that can reduce CO2 emissions by 20-100%

Volvo Trucks – Introducing our new gas-powered trucks that can reduce CO2 emissions by 20-100%

Until now, no gas-powered vehicle on the market has been able to match the power of a Volvo FH. Enter the Volvo FH LNG. The first Volvo 460 horsepower truck powered by liquefied natural gas. It delivers the same high performance driveability and fuel efficiency as a regular Volvo FH. Even on steep hill climbs. […]

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Volvo Trucks – Growing business with gas-powered trucks – Meet our customer: Transnugon

Volvo Trucks – Growing business with gas-powered trucks – Meet our customer: Transnugon

The gas truck is clearly the future. It’s already a reality today, and we are an example that it’s possible. MEET OUR CUSTOMER TRANSNUGON – SPAIN We started investing in gas trucks for economic reasons. When we started, diesel was really expensive. And gas is competitive in terms of cost. 99% of our cargo is […]

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Volvo Trucks – This is how gas flows in the engine inside our gas-powered trucks

Volvo Trucks – This is how gas flows in the engine inside our gas-powered trucks

In order to give the truck as long driving range as possible, the tank is filled with liquefied gas. The gas is stored in a cryogenic vacuum isolated tank at minus 130 to 140 degrees Celsius. Inside the tank is a hydraulically driven pump that raises the LNG to system pressure, and a vaporiser at […]

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