Batteries and Capacitors

 

There are two types of electric buses: battery electric buses and capacitor vehicles, which use supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) to store electricity. 

This section features suppliers who manufacture batteries and capacitors for electric buses, as well as those who manufacture contributing components. 

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IMPACT Has a New Strategic Investor

IMPACT Has a New Strategic Investor

FAMUR Group has acquired the majority share in leading Polish battery systems manufacturer, Impact Clean Power Technology.

MAN Truck & Bus Announces Battery Recycling Stratergy

MAN Truck & Bus Announces Battery Recycling Stratergy

MAN Truck & Bus has announced its sustainability strategy for battery life cycle extension and recycling for its electric city buses.

Netherlands: Used VDL Bus Batteries to Power RWE Plant in Moerdijk

Netherlands: Used VDL Bus Batteries to Power RWE Plant in Moerdij...

VDL has announced that intensively used batteries from its vehicles will be reused at the RWE power plant in Moerdijk.

Impact in Yet Another Hydrogen Project

Impact in Yet Another Hydrogen Project

Impact Clean Power Technology is once again involved in the development of a new hydrogen fuel cell system for heavy duty transportation.

Keolis, Iveco Bus and Forsee Power Join Forces to Optimise the Performance of Batteries for Electric Buses

Keolis, Iveco Bus and Forsee Power Join Forces to Optimise the Pe...

Keolis, Iveco Bus and Forsee Power have signed a partnership agreement to improve knowledge of how electric bus batteries function.

Kiepe Electric Presents High-Power Charging Platform for Electric Buses

Kiepe Electric Presents High-Power Charging Platform for Electric...

At InnoTrans 2022, Kiepe Electric showcased its High Power Charging (HPC) platform, which facilitates fast charging and energy management.

Proterra Batteries to Power ENC’s Electric Transit Buses

Proterra Batteries to Power ENC’s Electric Transit Buses

Proterra and El Dorado National (ENC) are collaborating to power ENC’s electric transit buses with Proterra’s battery technology.

Skeleton Renames Its Subsidiary Black Magic to Skeleton Materials

Skeleton Renames Its Subsidiary Black Magic to Skeleton Materials

Skeleton Technologies is announcing the renaming of its fully owned subsidiary Black Magic to Skeleton Materials.

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