Electric bus manufacturers are hampered by the high cost of developing electric buses and coaches, as well as related components such as battery packs and monitoring devices (battery management systems, CAN bus modules). Infrastructure development costs for EVs are also very significant.
Globally, around USD 2.8 trillion is required to create infrastructure. An electric vehicle’s battery requires regular and rapid charging using specialised equipment such as electric chargers found only at EV charging stations.
One of the greatest contributors to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is the transportation industry.
According to the UN Environment Program (UNEP), the transportation sector accounts for around a quarter of all energy-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and is one of the most significant contributors of urban and regional air pollution.
Buses also produced 1.1 percent of total GHG emissions from the transportation sector in 2019, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
RAC EV Inc. is a leading mobiliser of the various explorer oriented electric vehicle manufacturer requirements in the market.
The RAC is Taiwan’s first VSCC-approved electric vehicle manufacturer. Their electric buses are energy-efficient, low-noise vehicles that emit no carbon dioxide and can help mass transit networks save a lot of money.
RAC has effectively integrated industry and supply chain relationships to currently have the capability of integrated vehicle design, power management system development, complete charging services, and the establishment of repair, maintenance, and training programmes for its self-branded electric buses.
Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing Limited has been one of the most advanced solution provider in the used car requirements. This self-developed vehicle manufacturer with a production history of 6,000 units. Master was awarded the WMI CODE, RHV VIN, in 2018 and our manufacturing technology was validated.
Master is also recognised by the government as a certified bus builder for the e-bus DMIT pilot project, as well as a member of the Taiwan E-Bus Representative Team, on February 18th, 2021. It controls many modules, including a Japanese LTO battery and a German Tier 1 in-wheel motor.
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