A growing demand for machines that cost less to operate, together with regulatory pressures for lower emissions, are leading construction-equipment manufacturers to electric and hybrid drives over traditional hydraulic and mechanical ones. Hybrid drives typically let OEMs use smaller diesel engines and operate them at speeds where they are most efficient and run cleanest. And the drives can recover and reuse energy that was previously wasted as heat — which means smaller cooling systems.

Construction equipment going electric?

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