Ebusco announces it is launching its services and operations in Australia introducing the e-bus model 2.2. The launch, as mentioned on Busnews.com, was publicly held at Melbourne’s Park Hyatt Hotel.

In October 2021 the King of the Netherlands officially opened Ebusco new factory hall in Deurne by putting the Ebusco 3.0 bus on the charger (its debut in operation was scheduled in early 2022). The factory in Deurne is expected to have a production capacity of five hundred emission-free buses per year by 2022, Ebusco says. The company just went public listing at Euronext Amsterdam.

Ebusco launches activities in Australia

With this model, Ebusco “is offering a new way of zero-emission traveling in Australia with a spacious design, USB ports at every seat, and a quiet and smooth operation that is synonymous with electric buses” the Dutch company says. And adds: “Ebusco is excited for the start of this journey and the possibility of eventually expanding with local manufacturing focusing on right-hand drive electric buses“.

Peter Bijvelds, Global CEO of Ebusco: “When I started this company 10 years ago, I knew that we needed to find a better and a cleaner way to move people. We now have more than 400 buses around the world that have travelled more than 60 million kilometers. This has saved already more than 55 million kg of CO2”

Simon Pearce, Australian Director of Ebusco said, “For the past three years a small team has been working hard in the background to get to this moment today. The arrival of the Ebusco 2.2 bus with right-hand drive in Australia is a huge milestone for our company.”

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