Council Takes First Electric Refuse Truck

FOLLOWING an evaluation process, Enfield Council has taken delivery of its first fully electric 26 tonne Renault Trucks E-Tech D Wide low entry cab rear steer axle refuse truck.
The new ultra-quiet E-Tech, equipped with a CP Davidson Titan refuse body, is the first of four to be delivered with the remaining three vehicles expected to be on the road by the summer.
Powered by four lithium-ion batteries, its two AC synchronous electric machines provide power for the vehicle and recovering regenerative energy with permanent magnet technology delivering maximum power of 370kW peak, continuous power of 260kW and maximum torque of 850Nm.
The refuse trucks will be joined by a further five 3.5 tonne Renault E-Tech Master 33kWh cage tippers for its parks operations. One of the new vehicles has been converted to a service van to provide on-site repairs and servicing for its fleet and commercial customers.

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