A bus that is powered by electric motors rather than an internal combustion engine is referred to as an electric bus. Electric buses have internal energy storage systems and can receive continuous power from an outside source.
Despite the fact that examples of other storage modes do exist, such as the gyrobus, which uses flywheel energy storage, the majority of buses that store electricity are battery electric buses (which this article primarily deals with).
In these vehicles, the electric motor obtains energy from an onboard battery pack. Electricity is supplied through contact with external power sources when it is not stored on board.
For instance, using ground-level power supplies, overhead cables like those used in trolleybuses, or inductive charging.
Driving in cities requires a lot of braking and acceleration. Because it can recharge the majority of the kinetic energy back into batteries during braking, the battery electric bus outperforms the diesel bus in terms of brake wear.
Noise and pollution in cities are reduced when electric propulsion is used instead of diesel.The bus’s unloaded and rolled weight should be kept to a minimum when operating within a city.
Aluminum can be used as the primary building material to achieve this. You can also employ lightweight materials like composite panels.
The Iran Electric bus market accounted for $XX Billion in 2023 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2024 to 2030.
The first electric bus from Iranian automaker Iran Khodro Company (IKCO), the most potent vehicle of its kind ever created domestically, has been unveiled.
The environmentally friendly car, known as the e-Atros and created as part of a significant IKCO business strategy, was introduced on Sunday at a ceremony.
The 350 kilowatt-hour bus utilizes batteries with the largest capacity ever created in Iran. The e-Atros can cover 250 kilometers between battery charges. It has a 475 horsepower engine and 3500 Newton meters of total torque.
The car will be added to Iran’s fleet of civil transportation the following year.Every year, 40,000 liters of fuel will be saved if Iran’s outdated civil transportation fleet is updated with IKCO’s new electric bus. Additionally, 2.3 tonnes of harmful emissions per car will be reduced each year.
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