The ENRX charging system for buses solves the range and recharging constraints by combining opportunity charging with energy transfer at high power levels.
In Braunschweig, Germany, we delivered five 200 kW wireless charging stations and four 18-meter articulated e-buses in 2014, built by Solaris and in operation up to today.
In London, two-thirds of the bus fleet comprises double-deckers, and in 2016 ENRX delivered its 100 kW wireless charging solution to charge three hybrid double-decker buses on route 69.
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In 2003, Turin launched two electric bus lines, running on ENRX IPT Charge Bus technology. To this day, all 23 buses are still in operation, utilizing the same battery pack.
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High power charging at the most convenient points along bus routes or overnight charging.
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The Mannheim project was designed to demonstrate that an electric bus could handle a demanding passenger route without stopping for recharging. It has now been proven that the bus can run non-stop for 24 hours a day with opportunity charging.
Sustainable solution that requires fewer batteries and keeps your city street view clean.
Wireless opportunity charging helped to significantly reduce the battery capacity required. Instead of driving around tons of batteries, the buses focus on transporting people.