In construction site, most of the heavy machinery was powered by diesel fuel. While diesel-powered construction equipment is still overwhelmingly in the Hong Kong, all-electric models are becoming more prominent than you might think — and they tend to blend right in.
When it comes to overall performance capabilities, all-electric equipment is almost identical to its diesel counterpart. The biggest differences between electric and diesel equipment can be found under the hood. Instead of containing a diesel engine and cooling fan, electric equipment contains rechargeable lithium-ion battery packs. Some electric equipment also lacks the traditional hydraulics systems found in their diesel counterparts.