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How to decarbonize heavy-duty transport and make it affordable

The race is on to decarbonize transportation by 2030. Image: Pexels.

Amina Hamidi

Chief Technology Officer, Electrification, ABB

Enrique Meroño

Head of New Initiatives, Innovation & Sustainability Division, Iberdrola

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Renewable electricity grid increases EV sustainability. Source: ABB.
Renewable electricity grid increases EV sustainability. Source: ABB.
Energy efficiency from well to wheel in heavy-duty transport technologies. Source: Iberdrola.
Energy efficiency from well to wheel in heavy-duty transport technologies. Source: Iberdrola.

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