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These buses marked Denmark’s first purchase of fully electric buses. As the first Chinese bus brand with a large volume in Denmark. Denmark is a highly developed capitalist nation with one of the highest per capita GDPs in the world, which has a significant impact on the Nordic market.
Due to their much lower noise levels compared to conventional diesel buses, electric buses produce less noise pollution during both short and long trips. Shenzhen, China, which is home to an astounding millions of people, has already adopted electric buses, making the city sound and smell much like a smaller city.
The Denmark Electric bus market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Launch of 29 e-buses in Aarhus, Denmark In Aarhus, Denmark, 29 brand-new Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated have just started operating. The newest of numerous cities to adopt electric buses on a wider scale is Denmark’s second-largest metropolis.
The bus company AirBus operates the new Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated in Aarhus. They will be used on departures with lots of passengers but won’t have a set path. At one of AirBus’ facilities, the buses are charged via CCS cable at night using Ekoenergetyka charging stations. The overnight price is increased throughout the day by additional pricing for visits to the facility.
With a low floor and a length of 18.6 meters, the Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated can carry up to 120 passengers. The municipality of Aarhus wants all city buses to be CO2-neutral, and the new 29 Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated buses represent a crucial step in that direction. According to Volvo Buses, the new buses will result in yearly CO2 savings of about 2,200 tonnes.
The 20 vehicles will be purchased and operated by UMOVE, the largest private bus company in Denmark, which operates more than 500 buses. Yutong E12 finally earned the opportunity to operate on the first electric bus route in Denmark during the first full electric bus procurement tender in Denmark.
Denmark is making significant progress toward electric public transportation with a plan to convert all 20 of the city’s municipal bus lines to electric power.
After the City Council voted in favor of more environmentally friendly public transportation options, the implementation will be fully operational. The Roskilde Municipality is the first in Denmark to convert its whole fleet to entirely electric buses, marking a significant step toward a more environmentally responsible future.
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