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Many businesses are creating challenging targets for their greenhouse gas emissions, and electric vehicles are one way to do it. This technology is undoubtedly driven by stricter pollution restrictions as well as the need for better air quality and less noise, particularly in metropolitan areas.
Transport effectiveness is another key factor. When compared to their diesel counterparts, electric vehicles can access more sites and make deliveries at night and during off-peak hours, including inside of buildings.
The demand for zero-emission transportation is also a motivating factor, since many transport consumers have set lofty goals in this regard.
When a truck is in use, its environmental impact is quite minimal; however, during production, it is significantly higher. Trucks are used extensively, therefore it is easy to quickly make up for this.
Compared to diesel drivelines, electric drivelines are significantly more energy efficient. When they use electricity from renewable sources, they have the least negative environmental effects.
The Taiwan Electric Truck 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.
Smith Electric Vehicles, a commercial EV manufacturer, and Taikang Technology Corporation, a Taiwanese manufacturer that specialises in fitting out municipal commercial vehicles, have signed a letter of intent to establish a joint venture.
A new manufacturing facility will be constructed in Taiwan by the JV. In an agreement to convert its fleet of garbage trucks to all-electric vehicles, Taikang has been working with the Taiwanese Environmental Protection Agency.
The Newton and Edison lines of Smith Electric vehicles, which feature exclusive Smith Drive, Smith Power, and Smith Link components, will be modified for garbage collection.
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