Norway is a world leader in electric cars. Worldwide, the proportion of electrified passenger cars is rapidly increasing compared to traditional fossil fueled car. In heavier, commercial vehicles however, the electrification has barely gotten of its feet.
New electric cars registered in Europe.
The electric truck market 2021 is similar to electric car market 2012 – a possible outcome development features over the next 10 years.
Heavy duty vehicles contribute 5.6% to the carbon emissions in the EU – the ambition is to reduce this by 30% by 2030.
To meet the EU CO2 emission reduction target for 2030, new truck drivetrains are required; fully electric as well as electrified hybrid solutions.
Goal: 600,000 electrified vehicles on the road in 2030 with BRUDELI Powerhybrid technology reducing 50 mill ton CO2/annum; equivalent to the CO2 emission of Norway.
BRUDELI shall actively contribute to a reduction of the environmental impact, both locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.
600,000 electrified vehicles on the road in 2030 with BRUDELI Powerhybrid technology reducing 50 mill ton CO2/annum; equivalent to the CO2 emission of Norway.
Reducing emission and cost for truck operators by BRUDELI Powerhybrid.
Reduced fuel use by driving more electric, still with an ICE motor.
Reduced fuel cost by driving more electric with no more CAPEX, still with an ICE motor.
Key to make the solution commercially viable.
At a short “time to market”
Planned for serial production in 2026.
No commercial solution to decarbonize heavy duty vehicles today – leading to ICE motors will dominate the next 10-20 years.