Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction fleets in Scandinavia
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Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction fleets in Scandinavia

Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction fleets in Scandinavia

Xerotech, a leading manufacturer of lithium-ion battery systems, and Agder, a total supplier to the construction and mining industries, announce that they will be electrifying over 200 units of construction and mining machinery over the next 5 years using Xerotechs scalable Hibernium™ battery platform.

The collaboration represents Xerotech’s entry into the Scandinavian market as well as Agder’s strong move into battery-electric equipment.

“The partnership with Agder Gruppen is very exciting for Xerotech as their equipment portfolio is exactly what we designed our Hibernium™ platform for. Until now, it has been virtually impossible for construction and mining equipment suppliers to electrify these low-volume high-diversity machines. We are providing Agder Gruppen with a complete common platform solution across all machines eliminating bespoke engineering and development per machine.” said Dr. Barry Flannery, CEO and Founder of Xerotech.

“The Scandinavian market is at the forefront of heavy-duty electrification worldwide and our partnership with Agder will enable both of our companies to lead the market’s transition to zero-emission machinery.” said Thomas Tomaszewski, VP of Business Development at Xerotech.

The non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) is widely being recognised as the next frontier of electrification.

“The industry is changing and we have worked intensively over the past year to come up with solutions for fossil-free machines. It is important for the industry that we as suppliers take responsibility, and take guidelines and political decisions seriously. We will soon come up with more products that are both electric and battery powered.” – said Kjell Vidar Hamre, Agder’s CEO.

Xerotech and Agder partner to electrify mining and construction fleets in Scandinavia

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