Ebusco, a leader in electric bus development, charging systems, and energy storage, is introducing a groundbreaking innovation called Ebusco Energy FLEX, which combines energy storage and charging, making the path to zero-emission solutions simpler.
During Busworld 2023 in Brussels, the company is also revealing real-world consumption data for the Ebusco 3.0 and providing comprehensive insights into total cost of ownership (TCO), sustainability, and fleet monitoring through various presentations.
Ebusco Energy FLEX: Transforming Energy Storage and Charging
Ebusco Energy FLEX is an innovative bi-directional energy storage and charging solution that simplifies energy management.
It offers the capability to store renewable energy and reduce the need for extensive electrical infrastructure.
No permanent installation is required to provide electric vehicles with renewable power.
Flexible Energy Exchange
Ebusco Energy FLEX is a self-contained energy storage system with a battery capacity of 184 kWh.
It addresses the challenges posed by an overloaded electricity grid due to the rapid expansion of renewable energy sources.
The system can be directly connected to green energy sources such as solar panels and wind turbines, allowing efficient storage of surplus and self-generated energy.
With a charging speed of 60 kW and a capacity of 184 kWh, it can rapidly charge multiple electric vehicles or recharge a bus between operations.
Ebusco Energy FLEX is an easy and efficient way to enable electric driving without delays.
Real-World Performance of Ebusco 3.0
The company is sharing real-world performance data for the Ebusco 3.0, which has been in operation for several months.
The data shows an energy consumption of 0.65 kWh, surpassing initial calculations and highlighting Ebusco’s commitment to reducing energy consumption and overall costs for operators.
TCO, Sustainability, and Fleet Monitoring
The company has organized daily presentations at their Busworld booth, covering important topics such as sustainability and real-time data for fleet management.
Guest speakers will provide valuable insights, and the concept of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), a central focus for Ebusco, will be further explored and reinforced with their latest innovations.
Peter Bijvelds, CEO of Ebusco, says, “Our goal has always been to make electric driving accessible to all.”
“With the impressive real-world performance of the Ebusco 3.0 and the introduction of Ebusco Energy FLEX, we are taking significant steps toward achieving that goal,” he adds.