Sustainability and the environment are one of Tempcon’s most important strategic issues and electrifying the entire transport chain is a significant step in the transition to fossil-free transport. Renewable fuels, such as biodiesel and biogas, have so far been the only fossil-free alternatives for heavier truck transports that drive longer distances, but with the E-charge project, another big step is being taken towards the transport solutions of the future.
Tempcon Group and its subsidiary Tommy Nordbergh Åkeri are now investing heavily in the electrification of heavy road transport together with other leading industrial companies and the state in the E-charge project. Together, the parties in the project are driving the development of the solutions that must be put in place so that our heavy, long-distance transports longer than 500 kilometers can be electrified and function at system level. See more about the project here in the FILM.
In addition to Tommy Nordbergh Åkeri, the following participate in the project: Chalmers University of Technology, Linköping University, Lund University, Uppsala University, Circle K, OKQ8, Vattenfall, ICA Gruppen, Scania Group, Volvo Group and DB Schenker. The project is financed by FFI.
Read more about the project HERE.