Stagecoach London orders Wrightbus ZE double-deckers

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Stagecoach has ordered a further 16 Electroliners for its London fleet. WRIGHTBUS Stagecoach is further expanding its London zero-emission fleet with an additional order from Wrightbus Stagecoach has ordered another 16 zero-emission vehicles from Wrightbus for its London operations. The battery-electric double-deck buses will be put into service across the capital as part of Stagecoach’s strategy to have a zero-emission bus fleet across all of its operations by 2035, and will follow on from an order the operator placed with the Northern Ireland-based manufacturer last year for 48 of the StreetDeck Electroliner buses.

Wrightbus CEO Jean-Marc Gales said: “We have the climate and the technology to drive fundamental change in the energy sector, and position ourselves as a world-leader in delivering zero-emission buses. This latest order represents another significant step and we are proud to work alongside Stagecoach to achieve these goals. “As well as being good for the environment, these buses will also ensure passengers enjoy cleaner, greener journeys.” Chief Operating Officer for Stagecoach Sam Greer added: “We’re proud to be working with Wrightbus in bringing this exciting technology to the streets of London, as we target a fully zero-emissions vehicle fleet.”