New Zealand's First Electric Bus

New Zealand's First Electric Bus

Date:Sep 24, 2019

Recently, New Zealand's first pure electric bus was officially put into operation, running between the University of South Auckland and the North Campus, passing through the Auckland City District to provide round-trip service for students and local citizens.

In recent years, the New Zealand government has actively promoted low-emission vehicles to support various types of pure electric vehicle operation projects, including the promotion of environmentally friendly green electric buses in the public transport sector to replace traditional fuel buses. The micro-macro fast-charge battery also helps New Zealand. A new era of pure electric bus operation has been opened.


Fast charge and long battery life parallel to the ocean

The pure electric bus operated on the line is equipped with a micro-macro fast charging battery system. It uses the time of the vehicle to stop the station and is charged by the pantograph. It takes only 10-15 minutes to fully charge, effectively achieving fast charging, and the vehicle is in the driver. The rest can be filled with electricity; at the same time, due to the actual endurance capacity of up to 320 kilometers, fast charging plus long battery life, vehicle operation is more efficient.


Conquering steep slopes and filling quickly

New Zealand is one of the most diverse and diverse geological landscapes in the world. The terrain is dominated by mountains and hills. The steep slopes and steep slopes are prominent features. As the first pure electric bus to enter New Zealand, the operator attaches great importance to the climbing performance of the vehicle, and the key to determining the climbing performance of the vehicle is the battery.

After trying a variety of batteries, the local finally chose the micro macro fast charge battery system. Micro-macro does not disgrace the mission, achieving an average power consumption of 0.75 degrees / km, is the world's most energy-efficient pure electric bus; and can operate on up to 12% of the steep slope, its climbing ability has won the New Zealand customers height


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