Canadian town gets on the electric bus

Leading Chinese EV manufacturer BYD will be supplying Windsor, Ontario with 10, 40-foot electric buses. The vehicles will be powered by iron-phosphate batteries which, according to the company, are the most environmentally friendly on the market.

The buses have a projected working life of 12-15 years, after which the city plans to repurpose the batteries for use in fixed energy storage systems.

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