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USA: New York Department of Sanitation Unveils Hybrid Electric Refuse Truck Featuring ISE Series Hybrid Electric Propulsion Technology

NEW YORK, NY–(MARKET WIRE)–May 28, 2009 — ISE Corporation (ISE) announced today that the City of New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY) unveiled the first of three hybrid electric refuse trucks powered by ISE’s industry-leading series hybrid electric propulsion system. ISE has partnered with Crane Carrier Company (CCC) to provide the modular hybrid drive system and integration support for the three vehicles for pilot evaluation and testing in the city of New York. DSNY will be operating, testing, and evaluating the vehicles. Tests with the first vehicle are expected to commence later in June of this year.

“We are delighted to partner with ISE to provide these new, clean propulsion additions to DSNY’s Hybrid Vehicle fleet,” said Glenn A. Pochocki II, CCC VP of Sales and Marketing. “The series electric hybrid rear loader is the first of its kind in the refuse and heavy truck market, with a rated GVWR of 72,000 lbs capacity. ISE’s series electric hybrid technology will stretch the life of the vehicle’s brake system, reduce down time and maintenance expenses, and raise vehicle fuel economy by increasing miles traveled per gallon of diesel fuel consumed,” Pochocki stated. “We believe hybrid electric drive train technologies will become a necessity in the near future for the heavy truck market segment, and in partnership with ISE we are ready to support both our nation’s and our customers’ continued efforts to improve heavy equipment fuel efficiencies and reduce oil imports, while helping to minimize diesel exhaust gas emission impacts on the environment.”
Source: yahoo


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