Project good practices

Development of professional framework assisting bus operators and maintenance administrations in the procurement and operation of public transport e-bus fleet.
Location: Dél-Dunántúl, Hungary (Magyarország)
Project: eBussed
Adopting an evaluation tool-kit, as an analytical model to facilitate decision making for e-bus procurement and e-bus related investment
Location: Toscana, Italy (Italia)
Project: eBussed
Rethink the bus depot layout to make it e-bus compatible. Due to restricted space, the plug-in charging infrastructure has been placed overhead.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
E-buses must drive a certain distance without errors or show a certain minimum availability for a specified time before procurement is completed.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
The practice showcases that integrating the experience of the PTO´s staff can lead to pragmatic solutions for obstacles.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
Measures to raise awareness for the introduction of e-buses. The brand elexity serves as unifying element for all e-mobility related activities of the company.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
Short videos informing staff about ongoing and future changes and the reasoning behind can lead to a high acceptance of changes and help keeping staff on board.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
Pre-conditioning of e-buses uses grid energy for heating or cooling the interior and the battery pack while still connected to the charging point at the depot.
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
During an e-bus pilot project, a logbook was kept to monitor distance travelled, operation time, consumption and to collect drivers' feedback.
Location: Malta, Malta
Project: eBussed
Careful assessment of a number of individual factors influencing the decision for or against a certain charging strategy by the PTO or public authority
Location: Hamburg, Germany (Deutschland)
Project: eBussed
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