The 21st century had some challenges prepared for us as global society. We all feel, we are at the edge of a fundamental change – a transition of important parts of our lives.
Climate change in particular includes a lot of challenges which force to a new thinking. Which also leads to the fact that we are pushed out of our comfort zones and the way how we make decisions.
According to IEA’s Tracking Report 2019 public transport has a share of 24% on global CO2-emissions. With a transition from combustion engine to electric we would safe CO2-emissions.
Numbers which for many create challenges in a new environment which some are not yet familiar. So how to perform this transition smoothly? How to be effective and efficient? And this during operation?
What kind of solution is necessary to charge the entire fleet in time? Which grid connection is necessary? Which software solution is appropriate and can be integrated to the existing software landscape? What else has to be considered? Who can offer a service package which is future-oriented? Who guarantees, that the respective offering is what is needed? How shall this investment be financed? Where do I get funding and financial support?
A lot of important questions and these are only a small number of them.
White Paper: Accelerating bus fleet electrification
Public transportation is becoming more sustainable and innovative. Ambitious electrification targets for bus fleets disrupt the business as usual for all stakeholders. This white paper supports decision makers from local governments, bus operators, public infrastructure providers and original equipment manufacturers in finding the right charging infrastructure to fulfill their project needs