e-Traction

sustainable mobility

Today we are lucky to be more mobile than ever before. But we also need to face the downside of our mobility. Air pollution from vehicles impairs the quality of urban life and people’s health. Heavy use of fossil fuels depletes our natural resources. And emissions from conventional combustion engines contribute to climate change. As engineers, we are challenged and dedicated to find both environmentally and economically competitive alternatives. The future is now, as e-Traction has created superior, distinguished and patented powertrain technology for e-mobility. Our evolving technology enables manufacturers to produce extremely energy efficient vehicles with zero emissions, that offer reduced maintenance efforts to its owners and optimal total cost of ownership. The revolution in motion has begun!

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Successful integration of fast charging system in Münster (Germany)

23-11-2016

e-Traction successfully executed the integration of a Schunk fast charge system on 4 VDL Citea electric buses that are daily operation at Stadtwerke Münster in the German city of Münster.Alongside the routes of the electric buses in Münster 2 charging stations... Read more

Grand Opening of the new era of Industrialization of in-wheel motor for China’s alternative energy…

21-11-2016

A very successful Grand Opening of the new era Industrialization of in-wheel motor for China’s alternative energy vehicles has been held in Beijing with many high level people from the Netherlands and China including government, industry leaders and industry experts. The... Read more

e-Traction shareholder Tanhas signs agreement for multi-million investment in the presence of Minister Schultz

12-10-2016

Apeldoorn, 12 October 2016 – Tanhas Group confirmed its intentions for the envisioned future expansion of e-Traction, producer of electrical drivetrains, in China in the presence of Dutch Minister for Infrastructure and Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen. Tanhas, shareholder of e-Traction... Read more