Sweden Hosts The World’s First eHighway

Sweden Hosts The World’s First eHighway
Automotive

Siemens has successfully built the first electric highway for trucks

Jiwon Kim
  • 30 june 2016

Technological advances have made it possible for Sweden to set goals like ending its reliance on fossil fuels in the independent transport sector by 2030. Its biggest step in accomplishing this goal is building the world’s first eHighway system. This is one of the largest steps taken to achieving sustainable road development. Siemens spearheaded this project with truck manufacturer Scania. They got hybrid trucks to operate on these highways.

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