Zero Emissions – Better Performance

Green Machine builds patented, lithium-ion WHISPERTECH™ battery and drive systems for construction equipment and industrial applications. Green Machine’s solutions are dramatically cleaner, quieter and less expensive to operate than comparable diesel batteries.

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Electric Mini Excavator

Green Machines have zero emissions, are less expensive to operate, and have better performance metrics than diesel powered machines.

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Electric Light Tower

The Green Machine boasts more light output, zero emissions, and silent operation when compared to the traditional diesel powered light tower.

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Clean Power Supply System

The heart of all Green Machines is the patented LITHIUM WHISPERTECH™ Battery System, capable of providing energy for any industrial or commercial application.

 Zero Emissions

Green Machines are powered by a proprietary lithium-ion battery system called LITHIUM WHISPERTECH™. As a result, all Green Machine Equipment is emission free.

Less Noise

Green Machine Excavators are 50% quieter than diesel powered machines. Green Machine light towers  and generators are completely silent. This creates a quieter work environment and enhances job site safety.

Eco & Bottom Line Friendly

Green Machines are 90% less expensive to operate as compared to diesel units. There are no fuel costs, no oil changes and zero engine maintenance intervals.

“Our crews love the Takeuchi’s e240 mini excavator, powered by Green Machine, we have. Unlike our standard fleet, they are quiet enough that our employees can communicate easily and more safely.  Our customers appreciate the lower noise levels as well, especially during off shift operations. The Green Machine is proven to be durable, reliable, and economical. They are an important component of our commitment to a sustainable environment. We just placed an order for two more units and look forward to working with Green Machine on additional equipment.”

Bob DeMarinis, Vice President
Operations and Construction, National Grid​

How does Green Machine Equipment stack up against diesel?