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  • odialt odialt Sep 10, 2010 9:03 AM Flag

    Ebus Trolley - Wenatchee launch is delayed

    http://wbjtoday.com/blog/wenatchees-batterypowered-trollys-delayed/7573/

    "The delivery of Link Transit’s new fast charging, battery-powered trolleys will be delayed at least a half a month, according to a press release from that organization. The delay is due to the lack of availability of the on-board vehicle computers to be installed in the state-of-the-art buses.

    Initially scheduled a service launch in October, delays in availability of certain electronic components have pushed the delivery until at least the middle of October."

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    • Google "Zero hour approaches for Link trolleys"

      Looks like eBus needs some help!

      "Link has given the company a mid-March deadline to complete delivery of five, correctly operating trolleys, two fast-charging stations and one slow-charging station, or risk Link not using a second federal grant, this one for $2.5 million, to order five more."

      Sentiment: Buy

    • http://ebus.com/

      Ebus is now confident enough with li-ion battery.
      They've removed most of everything about their old battery tech.
      They now offer both LFP and LTO li-ion batteries.
      The video has been available for quite some time via Google but a link on the home page is new.

      We will know in 2 years if Cities want:
      a) the slow charging cheaper energy dense LFP (Don't forget to charge it!)
      b) the fast charge more expensive power dense LTO

      "AVAILABLE NOW: 120 KWH LITHIUM IRON PHOSPHATE BATTERY SYSTEM!!!

      THE MOST BATTERY CAPACITY AND LONGEST RANGE OF ANY LOW-FLOOR ELECTRIC BUS OR TROLLEY AVAILABLE TODAY. CHARGE AT NIGHT, DRIVE ALL DAY.

      CLICK HERE FOR A 3 MINUTE PRESENTATION OF FAST-CHARGING OF 40 FOOT ELECTRIC BUSES: www.ebus.com/impactmovie."

 
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