Driving the Future - Falck Launches Unique Electric Ambulance
Falck has rebuilt an electric car so that it has enough power to do the demanding job as a rescue vehicle
Electric cars have come to stay. Most recently, news from Norway tells that 50 % of all new cars sold in 2019 will be electric cars. Falck has more than 5000 vehicles around the world, but very few are powered by electricity, as many of the tasks within rescue and fire services require a lot of power, which is inconsistent with the limited battery of an electric car. It has not stopped Falck. The company has now developed its own electric ambulance.
“In Falck we wish to use less fuel. It is beneficial both for the environment and the economy, and since no one else in the world has made an electric ambulance, we have had to develop one ourselves,” says Jakob Riis, CEO of Falck.
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