GREECE ELECTRIC BUS MARKET
While battery vehicles buses save energy while decelerating, which is useful for high-intensity work, plug-in electric buses require a plug-in power source for charging, the combustion engine boosts the engine later, which recharges the battery and keeps the energy level constant.
The global electric bus market is expected to be dominated by hybrid buses. However, due to rising government and public interest in emission-free transportation, the pure electric industry is expected to rise at a quick pace.
GREECE ELECTRIC BUS MARKET DEVELOPMENTS AND INNOVATIONS
|S No||Overview of Development||Development Detailing||Region of Development||Possible Future Outcomes|
|1||New Electric-Powered Buses Start Trials in Athens||The electric buses were added to the wealth of public transportation alternatives available to Athens citizens.||Greece||This would enhance better Technological Controls|
|2||1st Sale Of Electric Bus In Greece||KARSAN Corporation, a long-established and well-known city bus manufacturer with a global presence in several European capital cities and other important cities, has sold its first electric bus in Greece.||Greece||This would enhance better Technological Controls|
|3||Tender of electric buses for Athens set to be announced next month||The release of a tender for the procurement of new electric buses to supplement the Athens Urban Transport Organization’s existing fleet.||Greece||This would enhance better Technological Controls|
|4||Athens tests Chinese-made electric buses as Greece embraces mobility||Electric buses will be added to the existing fleets of the Athens Mass Transit System and some other Greek towns in the coming months.||Greece||This would enhance better Technological Controls|
With the advent of technology, governments in both developing and developed countries are working to reduce pollution. While pollution comes in many forms, air pollution has become ubiquitous, increasingly strangling everyone’s throats and leaving no room for fresh air.
On the other hand, the worldwide electric bus industry faces a number of hurdles. The electric bus market is expected to be hampered by the growing popularity of natural-gas-fuelled buses.
Furthermore, the electric bus market faces hurdles due to the high cost of electric buses and the capital-intensive nature of manufacturing electric buses.
Irizar Group is a leading mobiliser of the various explorer oriented electric vehicle manufacturer requirements in the market. The 12-metre Irizar i2e, an electric bus from the Irizar Group, has a consistently low floor and two dual doors, one of which has an electric ramp.
With 180kW of horsepower and 376 kWh of energy, the electric motor is expected to have a range of between 180 and 200 kilometres in Parisian traffic. The buses now have a heating/cooling unit for the driver’s area, which is a novel feature.
Karsan Corporation has been one of the most advanced solution provider in the electric bus requirements. The JEST electric is a zero-emission low-floor electric bus with a length of 5.85m and a width of 2.05m, powered by a 125KW BMW Series I motor with a maximum torque of 290Nm, a range of 210km, and the capacity to climb up to a 25% slope.
Its compact dimensions make it especially adaptable in tight and small streets, and it emits no pollution or noise, making it ideal for usage in tourist or historic sites, as well as environmentally sensitive locations. Electric parking brake, hill assist, ABS, ESP, BAS, LDWS, DTC, and cooling-heating system are all included in the vehicle.