LR 1250.1 unplugged in use in Oslo
The LR 1250.1 was successfully used in the construction of a large sports center in December 2020.
HITACHI sells electric excavators in Europe
Hitachi Construction Machinery Co, Ltd. has begun accepting orders for the ZE85, an eight-ton class hydraulic excavator. The battery-powered ZE85 excavator was developed in cooperation between SUNCAR HK AG and HITACHI EAC.
Hybrid Construction Equipment Forum 2020
CLIMA-NEUTRAL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT is one of the themed strategic development goals of the construction equipment industry at the Construction Equipment Forum. SUNCAR HK AG will be present as an exhibitor.
Battery-operated large rotary drilling rig in use
The battery-powered large drilling rig, which was developed with SUNCAR HK AG, is successfully in operation in Bergen.
SWISS GREEN ECONOMY SYMPOSIUM 2020
At the SWISS GREEN ECONOMY SYMPOSIUM 2020, SUNCAR HK AG networked with representatives of the construction industry, politics and science.
IÖB awarded: Funding opportunities for the innovative procurement of zero-emission construction machinery or vehicles
SUNCAR is newly awarded IÖB! Various funding opportunities support innovative procurement, now also of zero-emission construction machinery or vehicles.
Largest Swiss newspaper reports: Bike Trail Built with 100% Renewable Energy, Created with Battery-Electric Excavators and Machines
In the Swiss vacation region of Flims Laax Falera, the world's first bike trail is being built using 100% renewable energy. Among other things, Velosolutions will use SUNCAR's battery-powered electric excavators, which will be charged at the power distribution of the snowmaking system for the slopes.
Emission-free construction sites are easy to install
The only requirement for an emission-free construction site is a mains connection with sufficient power (400V CEE socket). Explore an emission-free construction site with various battery-powered excavators by drone flight in the Netherlands.
Paradigm shift in procurement: Quality competition is coming! And with it, ecological award criteria...
Public procurement is facing a paradigm shift. It should no longer be measured solely in terms of economic efficiency, but should now also be based on economic, ecological and social criteria.