Today, the Urbino 15 LE electric, a new electric model in the Solaris portfolio, had its premiere. It is the first electric bus of Solaris dedicated to both urban and intercity transport. That is precisely why the première of the vehicle was such a landmark for Solaris and for the industry in the transitioning towards zero-emission transport. Urbino 15 LE electric will make it possible for operators to plan zero-emission routes not only within the city confines but also beyond these. This bus will be also an excellent, environmentally friendly alternative for diesel vehicles currently used in that segment.
Solaris has completed a contract signed in July last year for the supply of six Urbino 12 electric buses for Malbork, Poland.
Solaris and Estonian operator TLT have signed a deal for the supply of 100 city buses propelled with compressed natural gas (CNG).
Solaris will deliver 19 state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly trolleybuses to the picturesque Italian city of La Spezia.
MZK in Konin is set to be the first public transport operator in Poland to add a hydrogen bus to its fleet: an Urbino 12 hydrogen.
Recently, at the invitation of OVR, Solaris presented a hydrogen-powered bus, the Urbino 12 hydrogen in Neuenstadt am Kocher, Germany.
Having won a tender run by operator MPK Łódź, Solaris has signed today a contract for the delivery of 51 buses.
One of the 12 metre Solaris airport buses operated by carrier Avinor has recently started running north of the Arctic Circle.
Solaris and the municipal transport authority Zarząd Transportu Miejskiego in Lublin have signed a contract for the supply of electric buses.
Having won a tender in Switzerland, Solaris will supply six Urbino 12 electric buses in total: three to VBL Luzern and three to ZVB Zug.
The hydrogen-powered Urbino hydrogen bus has been cruising on the streets of the picturesque towns of the Austrian province of Carinthia.
Gorzów Wielkopolski recently ordered eight electrically propelled buses from Solaris in a contract also covering charging infrastructure.
Before the end of the year Solaris will deliver 30 low-emission buses to Area Metropolitana de Barcelona (AMB) in Catalonia.
Solaris has won a tender call for the delivery of 13 hydrogen-powered buses to In-der-City-Bus, public transport operator for Frankfurt.
Having won a tender, Solaris will deliver 250 Solaris Urbino 12 buses fuelled with compressed natural gas to operator EMT in Madrid.
The Solaris Urbino 15 LE electric won the “Sustainability Award 2021” handed out by German trade magazine busplaner.
The Solaris electric buses for Szczecin will be equipped with Solaris High Power batteries boasting a capacity of over 120 kWh in total.
Solaris has signed a deal with Ostrava public transport operator DPO for the supply of 24 electric buses and charging infrastructure.
Exactly twenty-five years ago to the day Solaris produced its first low-floor city bus. Almost everything has changed since then.
These new e-buses have joined a fleet of 394 Solaris buses, some of which rolled out onto the streets of Kraków back in 2016.
The first of the Solaris hydrogen vehicles has already been delivered and is being tested in the RVK branch in Wermelskirchen, Cologne,
Solaris has been awarded an order for 123 12-metre buses, destined for six locations across Romania in one of Europe's biggest e-bus tenders.
The Solaris Urbino 15 LE zero-emission electric bus is currently being tested by carriers in various towns and cities of Norway.
Solaris has delivered three Urbino 18 electric buses to Bonn - the first contract performed for customer Stadtwerke Bonn Bus und Bahn (SWB).
In the last days of January, several cities in Poland hosted a series of presentations of the Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen.
Solaris has recently signed three framework agreements for the exclusive supply of up to 182 buses which will be used throughout Austria
The StasHH consortium (Standard-Sized Heavy-duty Hydrogen) consists of 25 leading organisations in the hydrogen sector.
The most technologically-advanced of Solaris’ vehicles, i. e. the Urbino 12 hydrogen, is visiting a few Polish towns and cities this week.
Solaris Bus & Coach and Dutch carrier Arriva Netherlands have signed an agreement for the delivery of 10 Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen buses.
COTRAL, a carrier that operates suburban and inter-urban transport services in Rome, has placed an order for 80 Solaris InterUrbino buses.
11 Solaris trolleybuses will join the fleet of the Romanian city of Târgu Jiu, the second order for the Romanian market in 2021.
Solaris will supply 25 Trollino 18 articulated, low-floor and zero-emission trolleybuses to Brasov, Romania within 12 months.
The aim of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance is to scale-up, by 2030, the production and deployment of hydrogen as a fuel.
In second half of December, Solaris completed the third biggest order for electric buses in its history, Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe of Berlin.
In August this year, Hamburger Hochbahn announced three selected potential suppliers of 530 electric buses, one of which was Solaris.
The 20,000th vehicle manufactured in the Solaris factory has rolled out onto the streets of Warsaw, part of an order of 130 electric buses.
Solaris is one of two potential manufacturers to deliver up to 430 hybrid buses for Opérateur de Transport de Wallonie (OWT) in Belgium.
Representatives of Solaris have signed a contract with operator Municipiului Reghin for the supply of 10 Solaris Urbino 12 hybrid buses.
The electric Solaris bus will be tested on the streets of Athens by public operator OSY over the next two months.
The Urbino 12 hydrogen bus has won another client - Transdev has signed a contract with Solaris to supply two hydrogen buses to Sweden.
At the Global e-Mobility Forum conference, Solaris was given the Leader Award for contribution to zero-emission transport around the world.
The Milanese operator ATM has decided to commission another 100 electric buses from Solaris, adding to a framework contract signed last year.
16 emission-free trolleybuses with IMC technology will be supplied to Solingen's public transport authority from the end of 2021.
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