In China, they are stating electrical power-driven motor coaches services on weekly basis. 99% of the world’s electric municipal buses are in China. And more than 100,000 were sold last year. 17% of all China’s municipal buses are electrical. Compared to the US where the figure is just 0.5%. China has led the way for several reasons, many Chinese cities are building brand new transport networks. So electrical technology can be used right from the start. The ongoing efforts to reduce pollution also led cities to invest in electrical bus fleets.
The subsidies removed a major barrier to e-buses-the upfront cost. Many European and US cities have plans to grow their electric bus fleets but hurdles include high up-front costs. Challenges on range and flexibility particularly on 24/7 routes and the infrastructure needed to charge vehicles.
However, the conclusion of an analysis made by Bloomberg has said that the cost of operating is lesser than the traditional buses. electric buses will directly affecting to the well-being of people in the city because the air pollution is zero in these buses. So people can breathe in a clean surrounding. How is your country investing for a green world?