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BYD ADL double-deck electric bus sales hits milestone

Posted on July 15, 2019

The figures for the double-deck buses include significant fleet deals with some of the UK’s major bus operators including Metroline, Stagecoach, National Express, and RATP Dev London.
ADL/BYD
The figures for the double-deck buses include significant fleet deals with some of the UK’s major bus operators including Metroline, Stagecoach, National Express, and RATP Dev London.
ADL/BYD

Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL) and BYD Europe jointly announced the companies’ electric vehicle partnership has already topped 100 double-deck all-electric bus sales.

The news comes as BYD ADL receives another significant fleet order for its 100% emissions-free electric double-deck Enviro400EV with National Express confirming 19 vehicles for its West Midlands bus operation in Birmingham.

The figures for the double-deck buses include significant fleet deals with some of the UK’s major bus operators including Metroline, Stagecoach, National Express, and RATP Dev London. The BYD ADL partnership has seen the move to electric mobility within the passenger transport sector gathering pace over the past 12 months as more and more operators realize the operational benefits of combining ADL’s stylish and comfortable bus design with 100% emissions-free, pure-electric operation.

Importantly, BYD designs and installs charging infrastructure systems, to provide its customers with a complete one-stop-shop solution to fleet electrification.

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