public transport

Irizar electric bus
Posted Oct 11, 2020

Irizar e-mobility won a public tender for the supply of 49 electric buses to the French city of Strasbourg. The first electric buses are expected to be delivered later this year. These vehicles are intended to set up a sustainable...

NES has delivered first five electric ferries
Posted Sep 01, 2020

Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) completed the delivery of five all-electric propulsion systems for ferries operated by Norwegian transport company Fjord1. These e-ferries each have a capacity for 50 cars and are...

MAZ 303E10 electric bus: specifications and design
Posted May 09, 2020

Minsk Automobile Plant has released the third generation of electric buses. It is assumed that they will combine the advantages of trolleybuses and public transport. With the help of the new model, the Belarusian manufacturer...

de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver seaplane
Posted Dec 12, 2019

Cooperation partners MagniX and Harbor Air have announced the successful first flight of a de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver seaplane converted to electric propulsion. The declared goal of the duo is to successively electrify all 42...

Battery-powered trolleybuses
Posted Dec 05, 2019

Mexico City has commissioned 63 battery-powered trolleybuses from Chinese manufacturer Yutong. 40 of the buses have already been delivered, the remaining 23 will follow in December. These are O-buses that also have a battery to...

France: New E-Bus line between Bayonne and Biarritz
Posted Sep 13, 2019

Keolis, the public transport operator has put into operation in the far southwest of France, an electric bus line with ten electric articulated buses. The twelve-kilometer line with 30 stations connects Bayonne with Biarritz. A...

Urban electric buses
Posted Mar 14, 2019

The Federal Ministry for the Environment in Germany is providing an additional 180 million euros for the purchase of electric buses in urban public transport. As a result of the extension, the ministry now intends to pay around € 300 million on the...

Electric buses: cheaper and more sustainable thanks to Nissan Leaf
Posted Jan 23, 2018

The Nissan technology used for the Leaf will be used on Japanese electric buses . This was announced by the same car manufacturer, which announced the launch of an experimental project in Japan next month. The goal...