The zero-emission utility trucks are built on the Ford E-450 chassis with a Knapheide KUV body and offers up to 110 mile range from its 105-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. - Photo: Phoenix Motorcars

The zero-emission utility trucks are built on the Ford E-450 chassis with a Knapheide KUV body and offers up to 110 mile range from its 105-kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

Photo: Phoenix Motorcars

SPI Energy Co., Ltd., a global renewable energy company and provider of photovoltaic (PV) and electric vehicle (EV) solutions for business, residential, government, logistics, and utility customers and investors, announced Dec.16 Phoenix Motorcars, which was recently acquired by the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, EdisonFuture, delivered two of its all-electric Z500 utility trucks to the Port of Oakland, one of California's largest ports. These are the first all-electric Class-4 utility trucks to be deployed at a major port in the US.

Built at Phoenix's Ontario, Calif., facility, the zero-emission utility trucks are built on the Ford E-450 chassis with a Knapheide KUV body and offers up to 110 mile range from its 105-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The trucks are equipped with both Level II and Level III charging capability.

The emission-free utility trucks are equipped with multiple storage compartments, drawers, strobe lights, and various other accessories, offering the same functionality as conventional gas- or diesel-powered alternatives. The electric drivetrain also helps reduce maintenance costs by 75% and fuel costs by 80%. Phoenix also supported the deployment with two 50kW fast chargers installed at the port facility.

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