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Valence secures lithium battery order for UK electric buses

Thu, 12/04/2014 - 12:07 -- Anonymous
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UK-based bus manufacturer Optare has selected US battery maker Valence Technology’s (Valence) lithium batteries for the integration in electric buses.

Optare will install the lithium iron phosphate battery units in 45 buses for bus services in Nottingham, UK. The U-Charge battery series comes in standard Battery Council International sizes.

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Irizar introduces sodium-nickel battery-powered electric bus

Wed, 09/03/2014 - 12:25 -- Anonymous
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Spain's Irizar Group has launched a sodium-nickel battery-powered electric city bus to be used in San Sebastian, Spain.

The 99% recyclable sodium-nickel battery pack has a capacity of 376kWh. The electric bus i2e is designed to have a range of up to 250 kilometres (155 miles) with a single charge. According to Irizar, five hours of charging guarantee 14h to 16h of driving with an average speed of 17km/h in city traffic.

 
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BYD sells 1200 E-buses to Dalian, China

Fri, 03/14/2014 - 11:57 -- Anonymous
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BYD (Build Your Dreams) electric vehicle and battery supplier has secured a deal to supply 1200 zero-emission, electric buses to the northern Chinese city of Dalian.

The city’s municipal government has agreed to purchase 600 in 2014 and a further 600 in 2015. The deal coincides with BYD announcing it is opening a production facility in Dalian to supply the north of China.

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