Semi Truck Doing 120 MPG

Revoy shows off its Electric Semi Power Module, a solution designed to rapidly electrify the trucking industry without overhauling existing fleets.

Semi Truck Doing 120 MPG

With new Green Transport regulations rolling out at a rapid pace, Revoy is electrifying the trucking industry without the need for a full overhaul. In the company's latest video, you'll see a truck that normally gets 6 mpg leap to 120 mpg.

Revoy's Electric Semi Power Module could be a game-changer, attaching to existing semi tractors to create hybrids in mere minutes. Founder Ian Rust emphasizes this isn't about paying a "green premium" but about embracing "green discounts."

  • Efficiency Boost: The module promises a 70-90% drop in emissions.
  • Cost-Effective: It's reportedly 5% cheaper than diesel, saving $25,000 annually per truck.
Image Source: Revoy


  • Quick Transformation: Installation in under 5 minutes.
  • Seamless Integration: No modifications required for trucks.
  • Sustainable Solution: A step towards decarbonizing with minimal disruption.

Swap Stations

Revoy's swap stations are strategically placed locations where trucks equipped with Revoy's Electric Semi Power Module can quickly exchange their depleted battery module for a fully charged one.

This process, taking about five minutes, is designed to be faster and more efficient than traditional refueling. These stations ensure that trucks can extend their electric-powered journeys without significant downtime.

Community Reacts

The freight community's feedback on Revoy's innovation shows a blend of excitement and concerns.

  • Payload Impact: Queries about how the module's weight affects cargo capacity.
  • Operational Changes: Questions on rig length, driver training, and mechanical reliability.
  • Ownership vs. Rental: Debate over cost-effectiveness amidst fluctuating diesel prices.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Concerns about legal regulations and necessary driving endorsements.
  • Financial Implications: Discussions on the total cost of ownership and the rationale behind the operational savings claim.

Source: Ian Rust/LinkedIn | Fast Company

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