Brammo Enertia Plus to Be Used by Hong Kong Government

Electric motorcycle manufacturer Brammo took the wraps off the 2011 Enertia Plus bike, and some very good news has reached our ears. According to an official statement from the manufacturer, their bikes wil be used by the Hong Kong government for some of its agencies.
The bike you see in the picture is the 2012 Enertia Plus LE, which has been modified for use by the law enforcement agencies. The new electric bike features the new Brammo Power Lithium-Ion battery technology, which enables it to travel up to 80 miles (128 km) on a single charge.

"This is a significant milestone in the adoption of electric vehicles by governments. As the world's leading manufacturer of electric motorcycles, we were confident that we would lead this change and we are delighted that we have started here in Hong Kong with some of the most EV-engaged leaders in the world," said Craig Bramscher, CEO and Founder of Ashland, Oregon-based Brammo Inc.

"We are enthusiastic about strengthening our relationship with the Hong Kong Government through the supply and support of premium performance electric motorcycles to help them achieve vehicle emissions reduction initiatives"
said Matt McGuire, Managing Director, JCAM.

"The US Foreign Commercial Service is pleased to see that a leading US electric vehicle manufacturer such as Brammo is supplying its world class products to the Hong Kong Government. Hong Kong plays a unique role as a regional trendsetter and commercial hub, and the Hong Kong Police Force, in particular, enjoys a sterling international reputation, so I am confident that this contract represents but the first of many future sales for Brammo and other U.S. electric vehicle manufacturers."
said Andrew Wylegala, Chief Commercial Consul of the American Consulate General in Hong Kong.
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