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Hydrogen-powered buses start operating in Aberdeen
02 Feb 2021
The Aberdeen launch is part of a €32m EU-funded Jive project which is deploying 139 zero-emission buses and refuelling stations across five countries.
Dutch provinces bring fully electric public transport buses into service
15 Dec 2020
Keolis is introducing its largest ever single fleet of electric vehicles operating across a single network in the world and is committed to helping the two local public transport authorities navigate the energy transition.
London operator to roll out 37 electric double-decker buses
30 Nov 2020
Bus operator Tower Transit has worked with Siemens to site the charging infrastructure on the 180-metre elevated bus deck extension that was built over railway lines as part of the Crossrail project.
Maid of the Mist launches all-electric ferries at Niagara Falls
12 Oct 2020
ABB has supplied an integrated power and propulsion solution for the newbuild vessels, including an offshore charging system, enabling sustainable operation.
Electric bus roll-out planned for Greater Copenhagen
14 Apr 2020
East Denmark’s public transport authority has awarded Keolis a 10-year contract to operate and maintain 47 buses, including 32 which are fully electric.
Council leads the way with electric vehicles
23 Oct 2018
Leeds City Council has begun to replace more than 50 of its existing fleet with cleaner, greener vehicles to make its contribution to cleaner air in the UK city
VW to start electric car-sharing service
09 Jul 2018
Volkswagen vehicle-on-demand fleets will consist entirely of zero emission electric cars
Scoobi rolls out in Pittsburgh
25 May 2018
The shared e-Scooter fleet aims to fill the gap between public transit and ride-share options
Nissan joins resilient city movement
09 Jan 2017
It becomes the first automotive platform provider to join the Rockerfeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities
07 May 2021
Cities look to climate-friendly greenbacks to fund smart projects
With technology set to play a key part in the global recovery from the pandemic, we explore evolving funding methods that are helping cash-strapped cities get smart.
The road ahead for machine learning
Rebuilding green: Analysing the Biden infrastructure plan
Advancing adoption of digital twin technology
OnDemand Webinar: Kyoto: the Japanese start-up community powering the future of smart cities
eBook: Smart City Solutions for a Riskier World
Watch: Cloudera and IBM Storage discuss how cities can unlock the true value of their data
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