Plug-in chargers for buses are a type of electric vehicle charging infrastructure that require a physical connection between the charging station and the bus. These chargers are similar to the ones used for conventional electric cars and rely on a plug-in cable that connects to a charging port on the bus. Typically, plug-in chargers are used in depots or at specific charging stations, and they offer a reliable and convenient method of charging electric buses. They require the bus to be parked and physically connected to the charging station.
XCharge Group has secured a new investment from Shell Ventures. This marks the second successive investment from Shell Ventures.
To enable projects to be planned and managed more efficiently, Comeca is offering the BIM object of its Amber 2 charging point for download.
Heliox has partnered with EVA Global as a first line service partner, allowing them to offer local language support to its customer base.
PSI Transcom will focus on automated depot management, system integration and standardisation for the new Innovative Depot Automation Project.
The city of Rzeszów, Poland has ordered an additional six Urbino 9 LE Solaris electric buses and their charging infrastructure.
The Go-Ahead Group has placed an order with Wrightbus for 104 electroliner electric buses to operate in Oxford, UK.
De Lijn has ordered 65 articulated Iveco electric buses for use in Flanders, Belgium. This contract is valued at 48 million EUR.