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Sustainable Rotterdam

The city is re-inventing itself

TNT zero emission trucks

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Today, Ivo Opstelten (Mayor of Rotterdam and Chairman of the Rotterdam Climate Initiative) and Peter Bakker (CEO of TNT) presented the two Smith electrical trucks which will be piloted in the Rotterdam area as part of the Rotterdam Climate Initiative. The vehicles, a 3.5-tonne Smith Edison EV and a 9-tonne Smith Newton EV, will operate emission free in congested areas. The pilot is a significant step to contribute to the objective to reduce CO2 emissions by half in Rotterdam by 2025 compared to 1990.

Via TNT Press Release

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posted by Oriol P., 11:47 AM


Excellent, hybrid cars are probably a part of the short term solution.
commented by Anonymous Hino Trucks, 8:11 AM  

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