In this latest issue of Sustainable Bus magazine (that follows the first one out in May), just released, we have taken a glance ‘Beyond battery-electric’, dedicating a wide report to hydrogen bus technology and to a comparison between the main fuel cell buses today on European market (CaetanoBus – Solaris – Van Hool).

Also, a focus has been placed on mild hybrid concepts. A bridge to full electrification? A compromise between sustainability and financial feasibility? Anyhow: the market for this technology is growing, and more players are taking the field. A German match? Not really…

Battery development is always an hot topic: on Sustainable Bus magazine we focused on the novelties being launched by the main players.


Sustainable Bus magazine #2

Sustainable Bus magazine #2

It would have been inadmissible, in this 2020, not to pay attention to the Covid repercussions on the sector. In our interviews, the Head of Electrified Transport at BloombergNEF Aleksandra O’Donovan outlines market trends for e-buses on a global basis, and Hector Moya, general director of Metbus (Santiago de Chile) unveils key lessons and challenges of deploying over 400 e-buses in the city where the largest e-bus fleet outside China is operating.

Latin America is full of interest for the ambitious transition projects the main megacities are dealing with: we dedicated an outlook to the market potential and the innovative financing scheme launched in the area.

Finally, on Sustainable Bus Magazine, which is freely available, is published a portfolio of all the electric buses available on European market, including battery-electric, hybrid, fuel cell and trolleybuses.

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Sustainable Bus magazine, an in-depth approach

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While the website is focused on the daily news coming from the market, with an always-updated approach, Sustainable Bus Magazine will be the perfect place for an in-depth approach, covering technical analysis, reports on market trends, interviews with main stakeholders and everything is involved in such a stimulating and fast-growing sector.

Launched in spring 2018, Sustainable Bus was at that date, and still is today, the only international media fully focused on clean buses and sustainability in the field of public transport. It saw the light in a specific historical and sociological framework. Urbanization and climate change are global challenges that ask public transport to change attitude. Public transportation is heading toward a transition that implicates a new paradigma.


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