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The transition we are witnessing in the phase-out of gasoline and diesel vehicles doesn’t leave the large vehicles behind. An surge in interest has been observed in electric tractors.
The future of all of us, including agriculture, depends on reducing CO2 emissions. It is financially advantageous to use the renewable energy produced by many agricultural operations on the farm.
Currently on the market, high-capacity battery technology is perfect for use in small electric tractors. Another factor influencing the development of electrical systems is the increased demand to reduce noise and exhaust emissions.
The Spain 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.
At a dealer gathering in Valencia, Spain, John Deere debuted their brand-new, self-driving concept tractor. The rated (electric) power output of the cabless tractor will be 500 kilowatts (approximately 680 horsepower).
Despite not providing any details on the powertrain, the tractor was also referred to as having “zero emissions.” The meeting’s model was tracked and didn’t seem to have a steering system.
In the electrification of agriculture, AGCO/Fendt has established a reputation. The Fendt e100 Vario, an efficient, all-electric compact tractor with a 50 kW power output that can run for up to 5 hours in real-world settings, has been introduced by AGCO/Fendt.
A high-capacity lithium-ion battery with a voltage of 650 V and a capacity of about 100 kWh serves as the energy source. Either a regular CEE outdoor socket with 400 V and up to 22 kW or a supercharging option with direct voltage can be used to charge the battery.
The Fendt e100 Vario supports the use of both traditional and electric tools.
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