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  2. Electric buses in North Europe foreseen to rise from 56 to 467 in 2019

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  4. The 40-ft Electric Bus with Most Energy Storage & Longest Drive Range

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  5. The Electric Revolution Begins with Buses

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  6. An e-bus research cluster is being launched in Canada by CUTRIC

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  1. A review of electric bus vehicles research topics

    Electric bus research is assessed using science mapping and content analysis. • The main electric bus research streams are recognized. • Content analysis of relevant articles is carried out to assess the methods used. • Future research is mainly aimed at energy management strategy and fleet operation. • Recent research gaps are identified.

  2. (PDF) A review of electric bus vehicles research topics

    Electric buses have positive significance in terms of environmental protection, energy savings, sustainability, intelligence, economy, enhancing the image of public transportation, and adapting to ...

  3. Electric bus planning & scheduling: A review of related problems and

    The bus planning process has to be adapted to support the use of electric buses. An overview of the problems at different stages of electric bus planning is given. Approaches to solve the electric vehicle scheduling problem are reviewed. Integrated electric bus planning is recognized as a future area of research.

  4. Electric Buses: A Review of Selected Concepts Solutions and ...

    The EU subsidizes demonstration projects of electric buses under the FP7 (Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development) and Horizon 2020 programs. FP7 launched the ZeEUS (zero-emission urban bus system) with more than 40 participants in the consortium and a budget of 22 million euros [ 3 , 4 ].

  5. Electrification of Transit Buses in the United States Reduces

    The transportation sector is the largest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) in the United States. Increased use of public transit and electrification of public transit could help reduce these emissions. The electrification of public transit systems could also reduce air pollutant emissions in densely populated areas, where air pollution disproportionally burdens vulnerable communities ...

  6. Battery-electric buses and their implementation barriers: Analysis and

    Nevertheless, there are several challenges to use BEBs on a large scale, such as battery cost, efficient charging strategies, interoperability of charging stations, and impact of integrating e-buses on the grid [9].Thus, several studies have been carried out through several research domains, such as battery technology [13], life cycle assessment (LCA) [7], [8], energy and environmental ...

  7. PDF Electric Buses in America

    An important driver of electric bus adoption came in the form of the Volkswagen "Die-selgate" settlement, which resulted from VW's deliberate violation of clean air stan-dards. This settlement has made available billions of dollars for states to invest in zero-emission transportation, including electric buses.

  8. PDF Accelerating the Transition to Electric Buses

    Commit to transitioning to 100% all-electric buses by 2030, with a plan to phase out the purchase of new diesel buses immediately. Use any and all financing methods available, including state and federal grant programs. Engage with local utilities to help accel-erate the adoption of electric buses.

  9. Identifying the electricity-saving driving behaviors of electric bus

    Electric buses (EBs) are gaining popularity worldwide as a more sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to diesel buses (DBs). Electricity-saving driving plays a crucial role in minimizing an EB's energy consumption, subsequently leading to an extended driving range. This study proposes a machine learning-based framework for identifying electricity-saving EB driving behaviors during ...

  10. A review of electric bus vehicles research topics

    An agent-based approach that combines a traffic simulation environment with an optimisation model to enhance the management of electric bus systems is proposed and indicates that the optimal charging plan can reduce the charging costs by 29% with respect to the cost of a 'business as usual' charging scenario. Expand. 1 Excerpt.

  11. Electric buses' sustainability effects, noise, energy use, and costs

    Electric buses are growing in numbers in Sweden, which contributes to the development of a fossil fuel free society and a reduction of emissions. ... Moreover, a study by SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and the City of Gothenburg (Larsson & Holmes, Citation 2016) compared noise at different frequencies from buses powered by diesel ...

  12. Electric School Bus Initiative

    WRI seeks to engage with the broader constellation of e-bus stakeholders to influence and build on growing electrification momentum. WRI is tracking electric school bus adoption across the country, including factors like geography and demographics of the school districts they serve. This map shows where school buses have been announced ...

  13. Sustainability

    This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art related to the implementation of battery electric buses (BEBs) in cities. In recent years, bus operators have started focusing on the electrification of their fleet to reduce the air pollutants in cities, which has led to a growing interest from the scientific community. This paper presents an analysis of the BEB powertrain ...

  14. Benefits and Implementation Challenges of Transit Electrification

    The number of transit battery electric buses (BEBs) currently on order or operating in the U.S. grew 112 percent from 2018 to 2021. As of 2021, more than 1,300 zero-emission transit buses were delivered or awarded to U.S. transit agencies, although this encompasses only 2 percent of the U.S. transit bus fleet.

  15. WEVJ

    Budiono et al. conducted a study on urban electric buses, finding that a 100 kW motor and 200 kWh battery are sufficient for city use, carrying 85 passengers over 200 km. Based on simulations and GPS data, their research suggests that electric buses are a cost-effective urban transport solution, especially with government incentives, and have a ...

  16. A Study on the Viability of Adopting Battery Electric Vehicles in Bus

    Tide Bus Danmark placed an order for 14 double-articulated electric buses in the MetroStyle version. These are 24-metre vehicles with a special design and have been specifically designed to operate BRT public transport systems. These 24 m electric buses are powered by two traction motors with a total output of 240 kW, which drive two drive axles.

  17. Financing Electric and Hybrid-Electric Buses

    The global electric bus fleet grew about 32 percent in 2018, and it represents the fastest-growing part of the electric vehicle market. ... Thus, the responses are not meant to be prescriptive but instead represent the findings of the research. Key Findings. Electric and hybrid-electric buses offer cities environmental and health benefits, such ...

  18. Guidebook for Deploying Battery Electric Buses (Report 0254)

    The supporting research report, Procuring and Maintaining Battery Electric Buses and Charging Systems - Best Practices, is a resource for the industry that offers a summary of industry reports highlighting the challenges and opportunities with battery electric bus (BEB) deployments and the outcomes of federally sponsored deployments, existing ...

  19. Electric Bus Basics

    In-service electric buses can be recharged through a pantograph charging system while stationary in 5-20 minutes at a higher power level (165-600 kW). In-motion charging (IMC) trolleybuses, which use overhead catenary wires installed on only 20-40 percent of the bus route and otherwise use battery power, charge at a low power level while moving.

  20. Full article: Electric bus arrival and charging station placement

    The most recent research on estimating bus arrival times bases its findings on elements including traffic conditions, the condition of the road system, and the bus schedule (Nanthawichit, Nakatsuji, and Suzuki Citation 2003). However, it is crucial to consider the additional element of choosing the location of charging stations when the use of ...

  21. Electric Bus Market Size & Trends

    The global electric bus market size was valued at USD 28.32 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.4% from 2023 to 2030. Rising demand for non-polluting, air-combating, fuel-efficient buses along with initiatives from major countries seeking alternatives to transform their existing conventional bus ...

  22. US Electric Bus Market Size & Share Analysis

    US Electric Bus Market Analysis. The United States Electric Bus Market size is estimated at USD 1.06 billion in 2024, and is expected to reach USD 2.5 billion by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 18.72% during the forecast period (2024-2029). Largest Segment by Fuel Type - HEV : Public and private investments made over the last two decades have ...

  23. CAR teams with COTA to predict electric bus range

    COTA came to the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) with the question, "How do we work with and predict electric range of busses in a wide variety of operating conditions?". "Leveraging information provided by COTA such as bus routes, passenger demands, and historic data on weather and traffic conditions, CAR is developing prediction ...

  24. U.S. cities are clamoring for electric buses. Why can't manufacturers

    A U.K. study found that hydrogen fuel cell buses had a range of around 290 miles compared to 170 miles for battery electric buses. That said, mileage can vary significantly based on the environment.

  25. Electric Bus Market is Set to Reach USD 50.14 Billion by 2030, with a

    As of the latest research study, the global electric bus market witnessed a valuation of approximately USD 20.31 billion in 2022, with a projected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.95%.