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Siemens’ New Electric Trucks Hanging On A Wire

  German conglomerate Siemens has introduced a new electric truck that uses overhead electrical wires to power hybrid trucks. Unveiled at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in LA this week, the ”eHighway of the Future” concept puts overhead catenaries over heavily-traveled trucking routes. When hybrid diesel-electric trucks pass below, they run on electric power only. No wires? No [...]
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