Clear The Air: Heavy Equipment Operator Health and Safety

When it comes to heavy equipment, operator health and safety is a huge concern. In 2020 alone, there were 1,008 fatalities amongst construction workers.  Between the large machinery, dangerous heights, and exposed materials, jobsites that utilize heavy equipment can be very dangerous.  Even in agriculture, where there’s more space and potentially fewer machines, injury and even death are still common issues.  And while these [...]

2022-09-15T19:14:45+00:00September 15, 2022|

Maryland Welcomes HEVI’s First US Assembly Site!

On Tuesday, August 23rd, Baltimore County, Maryland, welcomed HEVI at the grand opening of our first assembly site. Speaking in his opening remarks, HEVI CEO Raymond Wang highlighted the company's accomplishments.  "They said it couldn't be done.  Yet, here we are today with these wonderful, wonderful pieces of equipment that are going to revolutionize job sites and construction sites across the [...]

2022-08-31T16:33:43+00:00August 31, 2022|

Comparing Electric vs. Diesel:  Does Electric Heavy Equipment Have Enough Power?

When Tesla was first launching its vehicles, it needed to speak to its potential customers in a language they could understand.  American consumers were used to thinking of their cars in terms of horsepower, but electric motors are rated in terms of torque and kWh.  It would be hard to sell cars based on torque and kWh when consumers already understood, “My engine gets [...]

2022-08-11T16:05:14+00:00August 11, 2022|

The History of EVs

1860-1930  |  1960-2000  |  Coming Soon: Up to 2022 and Beyond Electric Cars from 1860-1930 Thomas Edison standing with an electric vehicle. Imagine New York City in the year 1900.  In the midst of the industrial revolution, with inventors like Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and Nicola Tesla, the United States was undergoing rapid change.  But [...]

2022-09-30T18:04:35+00:00August 4, 2022|
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