Electric ZeroTruck Wins GSA Approval for Medium-Duty Governmental Purchase
In brief: The all-electric ZeroTruck, powered by UQM Technologies, has received General Services Agency (GSA) approval for purchase by government agencies in a 5-year contract.
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Manufacturer: UQM Technologies
The ZeroTruck uses the UQM Technologies PowerPhase electric propulsion system and the truck has won GSA approval through UQM's sales partner Central Truck Center in Maryland, which will sell the truck to interested government agencies.
The ZeroTruck is a medium-duty, all-electric which uses the Isuzu N series chassis and has a 100 mile range with full highway capability.
It features a 100kW (134hp) electric propulsion system producing 550Nm of peak torque and 400Nm of continuous torque.
The truck is also available through select Isuzu dealers in Californai, Colorado, North Carolina, and New York.
And so ...
Big step forward as the GSA continues to approve alternative-fuel vehicles for governmental purchase. UQM also makes the power train for the Coda sedan.
Photo credits: UQM
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