E-Comp

AcronymDefinition
E-CompEffective Compensation (teacher performance based pay)
E-CompEfficiency Compensation
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WABCO's e-comp is equipped with its own electric motor and operates independently from the vehicle's internal combustion engine to deliver an optimum supply of compressed air for hybrid and pure electric drivelines.
The first e-comp in Europe is currently operating in Berlin, Germany, on a pure electric tractor for a gross combination weight of 40 tons.
In China, e-comp trials are in progress at numerous truck and bus manufacturers of so-called new energy vehicles, including pure electric buses.