Safeguarding scalability for an electric future

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Ocado, DHL, Sainsbury’s, Uber, Addison Lee, CitySprint and Amazon are amongst just some of EO Charging’s fleet customers. EO











Keith Watson, head of EO Charging’s e-bus and e-truck division, shares his thoughts on the subject of why it is vital that bus fleet operators to plan for scalability from the outset as they transition to a decarbonised fleet

With major bus operators committing to zero carbon fleets by 2035 and the rest of the industry set to follow suit, the UK’s national bus fleet and accompanying charging infrastructure requires a radical transformation. In late March, the Zero Emissions Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) funding scheme announced a second round of beneficiaries, who will collectively receive funding of £198m for up to 943 zero-emission buses around England. This builds on £71m of funding for up to 335 buses announced in the first tranche of the scheme last year.

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