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Zero emission construction machines
LR 1250.1, Oslo
When Oslo becomes fossil-free in 2030, Kynningsrud will certainly be well prepared.
LB 16, Paris
Botte Fondations operates the quietest possible construction site by using 100 % electric machines.
LR 1250.1, London
By ordering four unplugged crawler cranes, Select further contributes to its zero carbon ambition.
LB 16, Bürs
I+R is drilling deep with battery power - the very first mission of the LB 16 unplugged.
LB 16, Bergen
The extension of the railway in Bergen: Herkules uses only electric construction machinery.
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Crawler cranes and drilling rigs
Electromobility is not only omnipresent in the automotive industry. In line with our claim to shape long-term industry trends, we are also driving forward the electrification of our construction machine portfolio.
Many municipalities and cities are increasingly demanding minimal CO2 emissions and a significant reduction in noise pollution for construction projects. With the Liebherr unplugged series, we are responding to these challenges.
The unplugged series is continuously expanding.
The idea of electrifying a construction machine of this size definitely showed foresight and the result proved the engineers right. The LB 16 unplugged, the world's first battery-powered drilling rig was definitely a milestone.
The first practical application on one of the largest road construction sites in western Austria has already shown: with such electrically driven machines, emission-free deep foundation is feasible.
This was followed by the world's first battery-powered crawler cranes at the end of 2020. With both unplugged cranes, there is no loss of performance or usability compared to the conventional version. The LR 1200.1 and LR 1250.1 unplugged have maximum lifting capacities of 200 and 250 tonnes respectively.