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Europe‘s first fully-equipped electrically-driven fire-fighting vehicle

fire-fighting vehicle © Rosenbauer

The public company Linz AG has developed it together with the fire brigade supplier Rosenbauer International and the high-performance e-battery producer Kreisel Electric. The electrically-driven fire-fighting vehicle is powered by four batteries with a total capacity of 86 kWh and an electric engine with a durable performance of 120 kilowatts. In spite of the heavy weight of the batteries totaling 600 kilograms, the entire vehicle with a crew of up to six people should have a range of 160 kilometers. 90 percent of battery capacity should be available within a period of 80 minutes thanks to a quick recharging station. With an expected mileage of 12,000 kilometers annually, the vehicle should be less expensive to operate and also save 4.8 tons of carbon dioxide.

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