BITZER is going for e-mobility

Sindelfingen-based specialist for refrigeration compressors BITZER is going for mobile environmental protection and has added an e-Golf to its vehicle fleet.

Sindelfingen-based specialist for refrigeration compressors BITZER is going for mobile environmental protection and has added an e-Golf to its vehicle fleet.
(PresseBox) ( Sindelfingen, )
“As a company, we stand for cutting-edge technology and environmental awareness in the field of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment,” says BITZER’s Managing Director Jürgen Kleiner. “For our vehicle fleet, we looked for a car which also meets these criteria, and the e-Golf from Volkswagen fits the bill.”

Volkswagen has been producing the model with the electric motor since last year and the e-Golf is designed for the environmentally conscious and for sustainability. BITZER’s e-Golf, which features black paintwork, has an output of 85 kW (115 hp), reaching a top speed of about 130 km/hour. “Sustainable electric driving was more important to us than performance on the road,” said Kleiner. “We don’t need petrol for the e-Golf as it runs completely on electricity and you just plug it in to recharge it. Owing to its very low power consumption, the e-Golf’s running costs are also particularly low. This means that the vehicle has a very good carbon footprint and it protects our environment.”
Experts confirm that BITZER goes for quality when purchasing vehicles. The e-Golf received the highest score in the ADAC EcoTest. This car works in a sophisticated way. To increase its efficiency, its electric motor regenerates the energy used for braking, thus recovering electricity. This mid-range vehicle, with an energy efficiency class of A+, will now be getting BITZER staff to their meetings. “Buying the e-Golf is one step towards greater environmental protection,” says Kleiner. “After all, BITZER has stood for efficiency and sustainability for more than 80 years.”
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