Geesinknorba supplies a full electric Geesink GPM IV Split Lift on a Renault chassis to waste management company Urbaser in Spain. It is the next generation of the full electric Renault D Wide ZE trucks and provides access to inner-city areas with strict traffic restrictions. Renault is the first chassis manufacturer that produces full electric chassis in serial production in its Blaine-sur-Orne plant.
Reducing emissions is becoming more and more important and cities are adopting increasingly stringent regulations. These new technologies have made full electric RCVs an economically viable alternative for waste management companies. The units have low total cost of ownership (TCO) while maintaining the operating range and pay load. A full electric vehicle was the obvious choice for Urbaser to respond to urban air quality issues as well as decreasing CO² emissions.
It takes five hours to recharge the battery of this all-electric RCV. Thanks to the fast charge option, the battery can be recharged 50% in 30 minutes via a 150kW DC charging connector. For maximum flexibility, the emission free vehicle can be used for double shifts and is allowed access in the strictest areas in inner cities, namely the Zero Emission Zone (ZEZ).
Despite the extra weight of the batteries there has been no compromise on pay load and efficiency. The Geesink 22 m³ can carry almost 11t of waste and features a full automatic split lift to handle large clusters of two-wheeled bins fast, safe and very efficiently. Besides that, every product is engineered and manufactured with durability as its first priority. After the End of Life (EOL) our products offer a 99.3% recyclability. The products are manufactured in the Netherlands to guarantee Geesinknorba’s quality and after sales service.
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