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Wirelessly charged electric buses set for Milton Keynes Science and technology reporter, BBC News Prof John Miles of Arup shows the BBC how the new wirelessly charged buses will work Electric buses which their developers say can run all day are set
July 7, 2013 Vienna is employing some old-fashioned technology to run shiny new electric buses wending their way through the narrow inner-city streets. The Austrian capital is switching from buses powered by liquefied petroleum gas to a novel, first-
Geneva that uses Bombardier's wireless electric technology, called Primove. (Antje Dohrn) An unusual item dominated Bombardier Inc.'s display stand at one of the world's biggest transportation exhibitions...The orange-and-white bus looked perfectly
The Shenzhen-based company announced at a press conference in Beijing earlier this month that it will provide loans with zero down payment for companies that buy its all-electric K9 buses and e6 taxis. The company said it expects the solution to help
Denmark (AP) Chinese electric carmaker BYD Co. says it is launching two electric buses that will be on trial in Copenhagen's transportation system. Dorthe Noehr Pedersen , CEO of the transit agency, Movia said in a statement Monday that the company "
The Chicago Transit Authority already has diesel-electric hybrids, but these buses will operate solely on electricity through a system built by Siemens. The agency says they must be able to travel up to 100 miles on a single charge. Starting in late