Charging systems for ebuses
Efficient public transport with zero emissions
For public transport even on the street, electrification seems the obvious alternative to keep pace with urban growth and to care for the city environment at the same time, using full electric or electric hybrid buses. With the right charging technology, the advantages of electrified buses can be utilized: less energy consumption in comparison to buses with combustion engines, use of renewable energy, less noise, lower particle emissions, less CO₂, lower lifecycle costs, and reliable service.
Charge your future – with the Siemens eBus charging infrastructureSiemens is at the forefront of this technology to help operators find a tailored solution to their individual challenges. Our portfolio comprises fast charging solutions from 150 kW to 600 kW charging power as offboard charging solution as well as 60 kW to120 kW as onboard charging solution for opportunity charging on the route. Our plug-in charging solutions with 30 kW to 150 kW are most suitable for depots. For depots our experts compile tailored concepts in consideration of local grid conditions and energy cost aspects. On demand an active charging and energy management system can be integrated.
Charging systems for ebuses. Community benefits:
- Perfect and versatile response to the growing demand for sustainable traffic solutions
- Local emission-free, low noise, reliable
- Can use energy from renewable sources
- No compromise on operational availability, transport capacity and passenger comfort
Infrastructure and urban traffic controlGrowing traffic volumes, increasing air pollution, rising costs: A mobility solution cannot solve all your infrastructure challenges on its own. But it will always contribute to making your city or municipality even more modern, more attractive and more environmentally friendly.
This white paper examines the role of charging infrastructure to accelerate a shift from conventional to electric buses. It supports decision makers from local governments, bus operators, public infrastructure providers and original equipment manufacturers in the search for the right charging infrastructure to fulfill their project needs.