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  Reply # 1614645 19-Aug-2016 21:05
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Every day a little more diesel use ends.

More good news from Germany.

http://www.motor1.com/news/94428/dhl-will-begin-selling-streetscooter-ev-van-in-2017/




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  Reply # 1614711 20-Aug-2016 08:01
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Stories like this one are coming thick and fast.

Un-tethered electric buses replacing diesel buses is a no-brainer for urban public transport.

Lower fuel costs.
MUCH lower maintenance costs.
No emissions.

https://chargedevs.com/features/the-inevitability-of-electric-buses/




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  Reply # 1615639 22-Aug-2016 11:46
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Linuxluver: Stories like this one are coming thick and fast.

Un-tethered electric buses replacing diesel buses is a no-brainer for urban public transport.

Lower fuel costs.
MUCH lower maintenance costs.
No emissions.

https://chargedevs.com/features/the-inevitability-of-electric-buses/

 

I'm looking forward to e-buses.  Simply due to reduced noise. 

 

Good application - buses don't really carry much weight (40 people might only be 3,500kg). Lots of low velocity work.  Lots of regenerative braking.  Can be part charged at many stops.  Cost can be shared across many users and local government.

 

 





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  Reply # 1616426 23-Aug-2016 16:59
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We had a long discussion over the weekend whilst travelling in the South Island. We have decided that our next vehicle purchases, circa three years hence, will not be fossil fuel vehicles. Of course we haven't decided what these will be yet, three years is a long time

 

technology wise. 





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  Reply # 1616529 23-Aug-2016 20:42
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OMG! This looks like a Kiwi company (in Palmerston North) designing and building electric rubbish trucks and cargo-carrying trucks. 

http://www.zevnz.com/index.php/products/electric-vehicles

 





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