Viridi Parente and Garia to jointly produce electric vehicles for American utilities

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Viridi Parente, which calls itself “innovative battery technology that can be safely operated in virtually any environment or place”, announced a partnership with Garia Utility, “Denmark’s leader in energy conservation”. The partners plan to bring a low-speed, urban utility vehicle to the US market. These machines will be built in Buffalo, New York and marketed as Green Machine Equipment, a subsidiary of Viridi Parente.

Viridi Parente and Garia to jointly produce electric vehicles for American utilities

Viridi Parente is an energy company based in Buffalo, New York. It introduces safe battery technology in areas that have historically been dominated by fossil-fueled energy sources. In turn, Garia Utility has deployed more than 900 “last mile” vehicles used on shipping routes in Sweden under a contract with PostNord (the Swedish postal service). The combination of proprietary Green Machine technology and Garia’s vehicle know-how is expected to create an environmentally friendly replacement for conventional diesel or gasoline powered trucks.

Green Machine electric trucks are unlike anything currently available in the US. The compact design, which uses materials used in the aerospace industry, allows the car to drive through narrow lanes or paths in a park or campus. An idea of ​​the technical characteristics can be drawn from the description of the basic model, Its length is 3269 mm, height – 1863 mm, width – 1313 mm. Depending on the selected battery configuration, the mileage on a single charge ranges from 40 to 200 km.

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