As part of its goal to achieve a 100 per cent electric bus fleet by 2035, Kinetic plans to explore operating zero-emission bus technology in Australia’s remote terrains, such as Western Australia’s resources-rich Pilbara.
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Melbourne's Zero Emission Bus Trial will provide operators and authorities with key insight into how electric and hydrogen fuelled buses can help improve financial and environmental sustainability across the State of Victoria.
This latest roll-out will allow low-income users in Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra, Townsville and Ottawa to also benefit from Neuron's e-scooter and e-bike services at a fraction of the cost.
The trial will allow the Victorian government to gain better insight into the challenges and issues that are involved with transitioning an entire bus depot to battery electric bus technology.
With its first two battery electric buses now operating in Melbourne, Kinetic begins the gradual roll-out of the 36 fully electric buses that are to join the city's public transit fleet over the next three years.
With its latest investment round, which takes its valuation to $77.7 million, Neuron Mobility plans to accelerate its international expansion, as well as reinforce its technology leadership.
Under a new nine-and-a-half-year contract, Kinetic is now responsible for one third of Melbourne’s public bus services and will support the Victorian Government’s transition to zero-emission buses.
As part of a Victoria State Government trial programme, 1,500 e-scooters will be available to residents for a 12-month period, offering a safe, accessible, eco-friendly and cost-effective way to travel.
Commencing in March 2020, the one-year trial will be Melbourne’s first ever dockless e-bike share scheme.
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