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IVECO BUS wins a tender for 120 electric buses in Italy

IVECO BUS has been awarded a public tender to supply 120 E-WAY electric city buses to the Italian public transport company Autoguidovie Group. The vehicles will be deployed in the various areas served by Autoguidovie, and deliveries will begin in the second half of 2023. The E-WAY comes in four length configurations, including 9.5, 10.7,… Read more »

IVECO Bus to sell up to 500 electric buses to Belgian transit agency

IVECO Bus, headquartered in Turin, Italy, has signed a framework agreement with Flemish government-owned public transport enterprise De Lijn for an initial sale of 65 E-WAY articulated electric city buses, with an option for future sales of up to 500 units. Deliveries are to begin in 2024, and will potentially continue over six years. The 18-meter-long… Read more »

Iveco Group opens plant in Italy for electric bus production

Tourism bus brand Iveco Group opened its new Foggia plant dedicated to the production of zero- and low-emission buses. The new facility will reportedly employ one hundred workers, and will produce 1,000 electric buses annually. According to the company, the plant emits zero CO2 emissions., All its energy comes from renewable sources, including over 1,000… Read more »

Forsee Power to supply next-gen batteries for IVECO France electric buses

Forsee Power, a French specialist in smart EV battery systems, has renewed its partnership with IVECO France, which sells vehicles under the brands IVECO Bus and Heuliez. Forsee and IVECO have been working together to develop zero-emission public transport since 2013. Forsee produces its battery systems at its factory in Chasseneuil-du-Poitou, France, just 100 kilometers… Read more »

European truck-makers pledge to phase out internal combustion vehicles by 2040

Several of Europe’s largest truck manufacturers have promised to stop selling ICE vehicles by 2040. The chief executives of Daimler, Scania, MAN, Volvo, DAF, IVECO and Ford have signed a pledge to phase out combustion engines and focus on hydrogen, battery technology and “clean fuels.” The industry will invest some 50 to 100 billion euros… Read more »

Yellow is the new green: get on board the new eLion electric school bus

Québec-based Lion Bus showed its eLion Type C electric school bus at the recent ACT Expo in Long Beach. The eLion features a modular battery design that allows customers to customize the range depending on their route distance, charging availability and desired price. Options range from 50 miles of range with 3 battery modules up… Read more »

Electreon and Jacobs partner to deploy wireless charging infrastructure

Wireless charging specialist Electreon has announced a strategic collaboration with Jacobs, a global provider of technical professional services. The companies will join forces on selected wireless EV charging projects for fleet operators across the US, including city and state authorities. The two companies are already cooperating on a project to implement a public in-road charging… Read more »

Hyundai to deliver 50 fuel cell trucks to fleet customers in Switzerland

Even as automakers have been abandoning hydrogen fuel cells as a powertrain option for passenger cars, many believe that the technology will find its niche in the heavy-duty truck sector. Now Hyundai is moving beyond the pilot stage and beginning to deliver vehicles to customers. The company has shipped 10 units of the XCIENT Fuel… Read more »

Free fuel: over 63% of public PEV charging stations in the US are free to use

We hear a lot of discussion in the EV industry about all the possible business models for public charging. Will paid public charging ever be a profitable business in its own right? Will plug-in vehicle drivers pay a premium to charge away from home? Or, will it make more sense for businesses to offer charging… Read more »