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Clean Tech : the all electric, hybrid and CNG alternative solutions

Towns are the centre of economic and social activity. More than 8 out of 10 people in Europe now live in towns. City-dwellers are consumers of goods that have to be transported to the places where they make their purchases. There are no two ways about it - trucks remain the best means of carrying these goods closest to where they are consumed. City-dwellers are also cit­­izens concerned about the environment in which they live. They want to see fewer trucks that emit less pollution and run more quietly. This paradox is one of the challenges facing society in the 21st century.

Although Diesel will remain the energy used for transporting goods over long distances, urban deliveries open up opportunities for alternative solutions that generate lower greenhouse gas emissions and are therefore more environmentally friendly.

As a responsible manufacturer, Renault Trucks develops trucks driven by alternative technologies to Diesel: electric, hybrid and also compressed natural gas (CNG), all under the Clean Tech label. The manufacturer has also started issuing labels to its repairer network so that customers can be confident of obtaining the quality of service required by these new technologies, particularly in terms of skills, team training and the use of specific tools.

Renault Trucks Clean Tech vehicles:

The Renault Maxity Electric.. Electrically driven vehicles are extremely quiet and emit no pollutants or greenhouse effect gases.

The Renault Premium Distribution Hybrys Tech.. In addition to consuming up to 20% less than a conventional vehicle by using an electric motor, hybrid technology also significantly reduces noise levels for local communities.

The Renault Premium Distribution CNG. Vehicles running on CNG emit no smoke or particles. A CNG vehicle is also quieter than a vehicle with a Diesel engine, which is an advantage for use in urban environments and particularly for local authorities.

 

than a vehicle with a Diesel engine, which is an advantage for use in urban environments and particularly for local authorities.

 

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