Austrian Post starts Green Vienna initiative
The Austrian Post has put its 3,000th electric vehicle in service. This also marks the kick off for the “Green Vienna” initiative, as the postal service plans to deliver all letters and packages with zero emission in the Austrian capital by 2025. By 2030, it wants to make deliveries across the country zero emission.
Austrian Post stops purchasing fossil-fuelled vehicles
From now on, the Austrian Post will only purchase zero-emission vehicles. Originally, this step was to take place in 2023, but due to the progress and developments in the vehicle market, the procurement of vehicles with combustion engines is already being discontinued.
ABB delivers 2,000 wall box chargers to Austrian Post
The industrial group ABB, together with EWW Anlagentechnik, has equipped the Austrian Post with around 2,000 AC wall boxes, which are to be installed at more than 100 locations. ABB, meanwhile, is apparently pushing ahead with preparations for the IPO of its business in charging technology for electric cars and electric buses.
Austrian Post AG opts for load management by TMH
Austria’s mail service Austrian Post AG is aiming to decarbonise all last-mile deliveries by 2030. To charge the growing fleet, they will install over 2,400 charging points at more than 130 locations and now opted for smart load management.
Austrian Post is banking on Renault’s Kangoo Z.E.
The Austrian Post is increasingly using electric delivery vehicles. Last year, the country’s largest logistics company received a total of 110 Renault Kangoo Z.E. all-electric vans, 139 more of which are currently in the process of being delivered.
Swiss & Austrian Post commit to electrify fleets
The EV100 initiative of the Climate Group organisation has received four new members, namely the Swiss Post, Austrian Post, Portugal’s EDP and Meridian Energy from New Zealand. They all pledge to further electrify their service fleets by 2030.