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The e-tractor is made with zero emissions, which is healthy for the environment. Electric tractors are distinct from traditional tractors, which use either diesel or gasoline as their primary fuel and a hydraulic fluid-powered transmission.
They are powered by rechargeable electronic batteries that may be plugged into a socket to obtain a new supply.
In contrast to diesel tractors, which require a complete engine rebuild after 6000 hours of operation and can cost almost as much as a new tractor, electric tractors can last 5 to 10 years and may only require a battery change, which is something that everyone can perform.
Additionally, electric tractors have a lot of benefits over diesel tractors, but their biggest advantage is that they don’t directly cause CO2 emissions or other types of air pollution.
The China Electric Tractor 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.
XCMG, based in China A total of 14 charging and replacement heavy trucks were on exhibit at a press conference, encompassing use cases like highway logistics, mine construction, municipal sanitation, and urban building.
One of them, the electric tractor from XCMG, requires an electrical change in just 3–5 minutes. It can save over 1000 hours per 100,000 kilometres, 4 million litres of diesel per 100 units per year, and 12,500 tonnes of carbon emissions when compared to the standard charging option.
The National Institute of Agro-machinery Innovation and Creation (CHIAIC) in Luoyang, in the central province of Henan, has unveiled China’s first hydrogen fuel-cell electric tractor.
The new ET504-H tractor model features a futuristic design, incorporates 5G mobile communication technology, has a self-driving mode, and can be operated remotely.
With the help of 5G technology, ET504-H is able to keep track of the vehicle’s current operating status as well as the surrounding working environment, significantly enhancing the operation’s reliability.
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