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EUROPART x Green Energy

Strategic partnership with EUROPART

EUROPART holds a prominent position in the transportation sector, boasting an extensive network throughout Europe. Their far-reaching influence plays a pivotal role in shaping industry trends and ensuring broad access to innovative solutions for a diverse audienc

Transforming Transportation Together

EUROPART aligns with our green philosophy, working towards a more environmentally friendly transport industry and a sustainable future. One of EUROPART’s corporate goals is to achive continuous improvement in the ecological footprint of their customers through the use of innovative products. They believe that true sustainability also starts with high-quality, innovative, reliable and therefore durable products.

In line with this, they introduced our solar solution in 2022 after many tests and pilot projects. Today, they aim to offer the solar solution to all segments of the transport industry because they know that our solar solution can help reduce CO2 emissions for their customers’ fleets while improving fuel economy.

Empowering Workshops Across Europe

EUROPART distributes our solutions and provides information about their many benefits. At the same time, EUROPART, in co-operation with Green Energy, invests in on-site training for mechanics. This not only ensures that customers are informed about the potential benefits of photovoltaic technology, but also that mechanics are professionally equipped to install and maintain the MIPV sets directly at the customer’s workshop. This holistic approach not only strengthens sustainability, but also creates a more efficient and service-orientated experience for both EUROPART and their customers

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EUROPART x Green Energy - case

Remmen Forwarding Company

"Reducing standby times helps save our engines and lower overall operating costs."

About the product: here, a 640 Wp MIPV system was installed on a truck. It has been shown that in standby mode only, the MIPV system generates fuel savings of approximately 650 liters of diesel (1.7t CO₂) in a year.

“By using this renewable energy source, we can significantly reduce our CO₂ footprint and also reduce our diesel consumption by about 650 liters per year. In addition, using the solar system also gives us the peace of mind that our vehicles are always ready to start.”

– Sascha Gipmans, Workshop Manager

EUROPART x Green Energy - case

Autotrans Schmidt GmbH

"When we learned about EUROPART's products, we didn't have to think twice."

About the product: in this case study, a 240 Wp set plus an 80 Wp solar panel (customized solution) was installed on a truck. In one month, the truck consumed 99 liters less while idling with comparable mileage.

“Our trucks have a high energy demand because the driver’s cabs are equipped like small apartments. Thanks to the solar system installed by our own master workshop, the alternator no longer has to generate electricity for the truck’s equipment. This not only results in fuel savings, it also emits less CO₂. A significant contribution to greater sustainability and environmental protection.”

– Christian Selmaier, Workshop Manager

EUROPART x Green Energy - case

Autotrans Schmidt GmbH

"When we learned about EUROPART's products, we didn't have to think twice."

About the product: in this case study, a 240 Wp set plus an 80 Wp solar panel (customized solution) was installed on a truck. In one month, the truck consumed 99 liters less while idling with comparable mileage.

“Our trucks have a high energy demand because the driver’s cabs are equipped like small apartments. Thanks to the solar system installed by our own master workshop, the alternator no longer has to generate electricity for the truck’s equipment. This not only results in fuel savings, it also emits less CO₂. A significant contribution to greater sustainability and environmental protection.”

– Christian Selmaier, Workshop Manager

EUROPART x Green Energy - case

Remmen Forwarding Company

"Reducing standby times helps save our engines and lower overall operating costs."

About the product: here, a 640 Wp MIPV system was installed on a truck. It has been shown that in standby mode only, the MIPV system generates fuel savings of approximately 650 liters of diesel (1.7t CO₂) in a year.

“By using this renewable energy source, we can significantly reduce our CO₂ footprint and also reduce our diesel consumption by about 650 liters per year. In addition, using the solar system also gives us the peace of mind that our vehicles are always ready to start.”

– Sascha Gipmans, Workshop Manager

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