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Internal combustion engines (ICEs) have been the preeminent method of moving people and things since the turn of the 20th century. However, battery-electric vehicles such as automobiles, buses, and trucks are quickly changing how people and products are transported on roads.
Few would have predicted this pace of change a few years ago, and it is being fueled by both established OEMs and recent newcomers.
Even though electric propulsion (with cable) is not uncommon in some equipment, battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) still make up a relatively small portion of the heavy machinery and equipment market.
However, with the first commercial solutions beginning to appear on the market, both operators and OEMs have begun to invest in battery-electric systems.
The Austria Electric Construction Equipment Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The world’s first drilling rig on the market that offers “Local Zero Emission” is being used for the foundation work by I + R. The equipment in question is the LB 16 unplugged, which Liebherr unveiled at Bauma.
In addition to having a unique electro-hydraulic drive system, this machine can also be operated remotely because of the batteries. The LB 16 unplugged produces no exhaust fumes and substantially less noise as a result of not having an internal combustion engine.
Additionally, the construction equipment producer Huppenkothen’s electric compact excavator (TB1140E) is used by I + R on the job site.
As a result, a specific civil engineering construction site is running exclusively with electric drive machinery for the first time.
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