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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...

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Munich to buy 40 electric buses. First 4 come from Ebusco

Stadtwerke München (SWM) planned the procurement of 40 electric buses for the city’s transit operator MVG. The first order has been placed to Ebusco. The Dutch company will provide its new generation Ebusco 2.2 in four units. The first 6 buses (also two articulated electric buses will be delivered, ...

Busworld Academy – UITP, the partnership get stronger

Busworld Academy and UITP have announced a continuation of a strategic partnership that will see the two collaborate for the International Bus Conference in 2019. The agreement – jointly signed by Busworld Academy President Redgy Deschacht and UITP Secretary General Mohamed Mezghani – continue...

Indian electric bus market, what’s going on?

Below, a contribution from Interact Analysis, a market research firm focused on intelligent automation, with a specific department for truck, bus and off-highway electrification. Interact Analysis is cooperating with Sustainable Bus providing in-depth analysis on the dominant market trends and outlo...

Limoges bets on trolleybus. Again. With Iveco: Crealis IMC is coming

Limoges Métropole has been using trolleybuses for more than 50 years and now invests in the new generation of Iveco Crealis. Precisely, the municipality choose the Crealis In-Motion-Charging, the trolleybus just unveiled at IAA Commercial Vehicles in Hannover and in that occasion awarded as Sustaina...

IAA 2018, a summary

At IAA 2018 the main topic was the electromobility, even with the main protagonists of the present European electric bus market dramatically absent: Solaris and VDL opted for the Innotrans in Berlin while Irizar stayed at home (however, the Basque manufacturer never showed up in Hanover). Daimler un...

Alexander Dennis in Singapore, a new facility to keep on growing

Alexander Dennis has opened a new facility in Singapore. The new site includes a parts distribution and training centre for the wider South East Asian region in addition to offices for the local team working with customers and stakeholders in Singapore. In this way the world’s largest manufact...

BYD at IAA: the articulated now features the pantograph

BYD‘s presence at IAA in Hanover resulted in the showcase of two new products: the world premiere of the 12m modular ebus and the mass produced 18m articulated ebus equipped with a pantograph. Both feature BYD’s stylish new frontal appearance which is now standard on all of its ebuses. LFP bat...
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