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Investment company SKion gets a 20% stake in BMZ

Strategic investment company SKion has acquired a 20% stake in battery supplier BMZ Group. “BMZ is pleased to win SKion as an investor and thus to further expand its positioning in the field of important future topics around the braking of climate change via energy and transport transition&#82...

Milestone of 20,000 bus engines provided by Cummins to Otokar

Cummins and Otokar are celebrating a 16-year long partnership which has seen the delivery of more than 20,000 engines for bus and coach applications. The occasion was marked with the presentation of a celebratory plaque to Otokar from the Cummins team at its engine plant in Darlington, UK. Cummins c...

Konvekta supplies 60% of German e-buses with CO2 technology

60% of German e-buses drive with Konvekta CO2 technology. The figure is outlined by the supplier itself. The use of electric heaters proved to be a real energy guzzler for e-buses, as widely known. To generate one kWh (kilowatt hour) of heating energy, the system needs 1.1 to 1.23 kWh of energy from...

BMZ cooperates with CALB on lithium-ion batteries for EVs

BMZ Group and CALB announced a cooperation in order to manufacture lithium-ion based batteries for several electric vehicles, including electric trucks, buses, light commercial vehicles, agricultural machines, as well as electric construction equipment. The aforementioned cooperation aims at produci...


Electric bus, main fleets and projects around the world

Electric bus adoption in public transport urban fleet is growing all over the world. It started in China, and it has taken a few years for other regions to start the transition. But now Europe is booming: the year 2019 will be remembered as the year when the electric bus sales volumes definitiv...


Volvo Buses and second life batteries. A new project in Gothenburg

Second life batteries once mounted on Volvo buses are now used for energy storage and as an energy source in Gothenburg’s Fyrklövern residential complex. It’s the second project in this regards developed by Volvo Buses in its hometown: the manufacturer is in fact among the partners involved in...

MZA Warsaw chooses Ekoenergetyka again for the ebus charging network

MZA Warsaw chooses Ekoenergetyka for the second time. The Polish capital city has ordered further 65 plug-in charging stations (plus 3 pantograph stations) from the domestic supplier Ekoenergetyka. 20 fast charging spots were already been contracted in the summer. Nearly 100 Ekoenergetyka stations i...
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