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Radom Buys 9 More Electric Solaris Buses!

Solaris has signed another contract for the delivery of electric buses on the Polish market. The operator Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacji (MPK) in Radom has ordered 9 Solaris Urbino 12 electric with the pertinent charging infrastructure. Worth nearly 28.5 million PLN, the contract will be carried out by mid-July 2021.

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Electric Bus Traction in Stockholm & Sicily Increase Exponentially With Bus Expert Solaris Supplying The…

Solaris, a Polish e-mobility leader in public transport, continues to make waves in the world of sustainable transportation with its latest orders from Sweden’s Nobina Stockholm and Italy’s AMTS Catania earlier this October. The new orders push Solaris, adding to its September orders supplying 23 electric buses to the town … [continued]

Solaris Keeps Up The E-Bus Work In September

Electric buses have become increasingly popular in cities due to their cost-effectiveness, environmental benefits, and passenger comfort. With the decline in battery prices, electric buses have emerged as the superior choice for city transit agencies. Sales of electric buses have skyrocketed, with a significant increase in their usage across Europe’s … [continued]

Riga Soon Getting Its First Solaris E-Buses

Rīgas Satiksme, a Latvian carrier, has made another advancement toward e-mobility. Soon, Riga’s bus fleet will welcome its first Solaris electric buses. The contract is for the delivery of 35 “Urbino 12” electric buses, with an option to add an additional 17 buses. The basic contract has a total value … [continued]

Solaris Sells 18 More Electric Buses To Cracow

Once again, European cities are outperforming American ones on the electrification of bus transit. I’ve talked about this before, but nothing has changed and they’re pulling even further ahead. Electric bus manufacturer Solaris recently sold another 18 articulated electric vehicles to public transport operator Miejskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunikacyjne (MPK) in Cracow. … [continued]