Published on 09.03.2014
Hexagon Composites wholly owned subsidiary Hexagon Raufoss has been awarded a new order from Iveco s.p.a. for the delivery of 350 CNG city bus fuel systems to Astana, Kazakhstan. The new CNG city buses are the first buses with type 4 composite cylinders in the country.
Published on 08.03.2014
Swedish commercial vehicles manufacturer Scania plans to unveil green buses based on non-conventional fuel such as biogas and ethanol in India by April this year.
Published on 07.03.2014
In just three months, more than 11,000 users of the Nantes public transportation network, Semitan, have opted for post-payment. The service is based on the Libertan contactless cards introduced in August 2013, which allow passengers to travel on the entire public transportation system in the Nantes urban area, including buses, trams and regional trains.
Published on 06.03.2014
Nanjing Public Transportation Group ordered more than 1,000 fully electric transit buses and taxis from BYD Company Ltd. The city will be taking delivery of more than 600 BYD K9 battery-electric Buses, 50 of which will be delivered for the city’s Youth Olympic Games in August 2014.
Published on 05.03.2014
The UK and China have agreed to a new £20-million (US$33-million) three-year program that will support research to develop new low carbon manufacturing processes and technologies, low carbon cities and offshore renewables in the two countries. Representatives from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), as part of the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Energy Program, signed a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) at a recent meeting in London.