Since mid 2018, 2 electric buses have been on the road in Flanders (Belgium). City and rural buses from the Dutch bus supplier Ebusco. Multiobus operates these buses for De Lijn. They charge up at night in the depot using green energy generated by Multiobus. 250 – 350 km on 1 battery charge. -Great news: thanks to their success, 10 brand-new buses are coming in 2021. These buses will reduce CO2 emissions by 1,000 tonnes per year. Zero emission. Belgium is totally ready for clean and quiet bus transport.
Ebusco, a pioneer and frontrunner in the development of electric buses and charging systems, has released a trading update for 2022.
Ebusco has been selected by UGAP (Union des Groupements d’Achats Publics en France) in the 'Electric Buses' category.
Ebusco has revealed its first Ebusco 3.0 18-metre articulated electric bus, which can travel up to 700km on a single charge.
Ebusco has signed a contract with Niederrheinische Verkehrsbetriebe AG (NIAG) for the supply of 12 Ebusco 3.0 12-metre buses.
Métropole Rouen Normandie has confirmed the option for 76 Ebusco 3.0 18-metre electric buses to operate on BRT routes in Rouen, France.
Ebusco has received an order to supply 31 Ebusco 3.0 13.5-metre electric buses for Dutch public transport operator, EBS.
Ebusco has signed a new contract with Svealandstrafiken to manufacture 13 18-metre Ebusco 3.0 buses for Örebro Län, Sweden.
European electric bus manufacturer, Ebusco is introducing its Ebusco 2.2 model in Australia as part of its planned expansion.
Connect Bus has contracted Ebusco to supply 47 Ebusco 3.0 12-metre and 18-metre electric buses for use in Växjö, Sweden.
14 zero-emission buses will be on display at InnoTrans 2022, including the latest models from Solaris, Ebusco and Škoda.
Ebusco will supply Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) with 21 Ebusco 2.2 electric buses and the related charging infrastructure.
Ebusco has signed a letter of intent to lease a production facility in the Metropole Rouen as part of its expansion into France.
Nobina has awarded a contract to Ebusco for the supply of 19 zero-emission Ebusco 3.0 12-metre buses, which will be delivered in 2023.
Nordjyllands Trafikselskab (NT) has selected Keolis to operate and maintain a fleet of 31 Ebusco 3.0 electric buses in Northern Denmark.
Ebusco has been awarded a contract to supply Svealandstrafiken in Sweden with 23 18-metre Ebusco 3.0 electric buses.
Deutsche Bahn has signed a framework agreement with manufacturers MAN and Ebusco for approximately 1,200 new buses.
Métropole Rouen Normandie has awarded Ebusco a contract to supply four Ebusco 2.2 buses, as well as the option for 76 Ebusco 3.0 buses.
Ebusco has received an order from Germany's Südwestdeutsche Landesverkehrs-GmbH (SWEG) for 10 Ebusco 2.2 buses and 10 Ebusco chargers.
Ebusco has received a follow on order from Munich's Stadtwerke München, consisting of 14 Ebusco 2.2 18-metre buses.
Ebusco has again signed a contract with Nobina, the largest public transport operator in Scandinavia in Denmark.
His Majesty the King officially opened the new factory hall in Deurne this afternoon by plugging the Ebusco 3.0 bus in to charge.
On Monday September 20th, the revolutionary Ebusco 3.0 was awarded with the prize of the Automotive Innovation Award.
Ebusco has been awarded a five-year international framework agreement with Transdev for the delivery of electric buses.
In 2022, Ebusco will supply Transdev Nederland with the very first fully-composite, electric buses in the Netherlands.
In November 2021, the the Ebusco 2.2 12-metre electric city buses will be delivered to operator Nobina in the capital Copenhagen.
Together Ebusco and Rocsys are working to automate bus depots through robotisation, plugging into buses automatically and 100% correctly.
From 14 November to 14 December, Ebusco will participate in the Green Bus Program in Nyíregyháza, Hungary, with an Ebusco 2.2 in operation.
Ebusco has become ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified! Our designs and our products are focused on protecting the environment.
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