Whether your lawn care project calls for a chipper, mower or chainsaw, electric lawn equipment is quieter, less expensive to run, easier to maintain and less polluting than its gas-powered counterparts.
Cub Cadet’s RZT-S ZERO electric zero-turn riding mower gets the job done without gasoline or engine noise.
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This cordless Oregon chainsaw is powered by lithium-ion batteries.
Photo by Ted Dillard
This Ramsplitter log splitter can electrify your tasks while out in the woodlot.
Photo by Ramsplitter
The Snow Joe iON 40-volt snowblower lets you work without the hassle of a cord.
Photo courtesy Snow Joe
Toro's e-Cycler is a cordless electric push-behind mower.
Photo courtesy Toro
Black & Decker's self-propelled electric mower is quiet enough for Sunday morning mowing.
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Niekamp Tool Co. offers kits to convert a classic Allis Chalmers G tractor to electric power.
Photo courtesy Niekamp Tool Co.
Free Power Systems' Sun Horse 4812 is powered by its roof-mounted solar panels.
Photo courtesy Free Power Systems
Patriot Products' CSV-2515 is a 14-amp, 120-VAC electric chipper and leaf shredder.
Photo courtesy Patriot Products
These PV panels, installed on a backyard shed by Nova Alternative Energy Systems, provide 2.3 kw of electricity.