Croatian Post added 20 new electric vehicles in its fleet
Croatian Post has expanded its green fleet with 20 new electric vehicles. Adding up new vehicles is the continuation of the many years of procurement of electric vehicles and renewal of the vehicle fleet to reduce the dangerous impact on the environment.
Croatian Post added 20 new electric vehicles
Croatia, a country in Southeast Europe’s Croatian Post has now a total of 220 electric vehicles in the fleet, of which 40 are four-wheelers. On a single charge, quadricycle provides a range of 60 km and its maximum speed is 45 km/h. The volume of the luggage tank is 300 l, and the load capacity is about 150 kg.
The introduction of electric vehicles helps in reducing the operating costs of the vehicle fleet and increases energy efficiency. These vehicles are better mobility options in cities. The fleet is using 40 electric quadricycles for delivery which the company is significantly reducing the carbon footprint by reducing C02 levels to 15.2 t. Funds for the purchase of the 20 new electric ATVs were co-financed by grants from the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency.
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