On May 12th, the unmanned electric bus officially began operation in Hong Kong. It is the first time that an unmanned bus has been introduced in Hong Kong.
Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD announced on November 21 that it has signed an order for 64 electric buses with Nobina, the largest bus operator in Northern Europe. These vehicles are scheduled to be delivered in the second quarter of 2023.
The fourth LTA-UITP Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition (SITCE 2022) was held from November 2 to 4. During the event, Chinese new energy vehicle manufacturer BYD unveiled Singapore’s first Blade Battery-powered bus, the B12A03.
Shenzhen-based new energy vehicle and battery firm BYD attended IAA Transportation 2022 in Hanover, Germany on September 19, during which it revealed its new e-bus blade platform, alongside two zero-emission e-trucks and a newly upgraded 12m e-bus.
Shenzhen-based auto company BYD announced on July 14 that it has won an order for 15 electric buses from Spanish public transport firm Arriva.
According to the website of the Chinese Consulate-General in Edinburgh, Consul General Ma Qiang paid a visit to British bus manufacturer Alexander Dennis Limited in Falkirk, Scotland to tour the production lines of electric buses manufactured in partnership with BYD.
Chinese battery giant Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited announced on Wednesday that it has reached a deal with Solaris, a leading European electric bus company, to jointly facilitate the electric transformation of European urban transportation.
BYD, a major Chinese EV manufacturer, unveiled a new range of electric buses for commercial use in Tokyo on Tuesday. BYD has set a sales target of 4,000 electric buses in Japan by 2030.
Chinese electric vehicle maker BYD announced on Friday that the total mileage of its buses has exceeded 10 billion kilometers to date.
Shenzhen-based automaker BYD announced the successful delivery of 29 electric double-decker buses to Abellio London on Tuesday.
Shenzhen-based automaker BYD announced Tuesday that it has recently delivered its first K6 pure electric bus to the largest state-owned public transport operator in Port Louis, Mauritius.
On Wednesday, Shenzhen-based automaker BYD saw its 70,000th all-electric bus, a 13-meter model due for shipment to Sweden, roll off the production line at its Hangzhou facility.
BYD and Alexander Dennis Limited jointly announced that they have completed the first two extra-large electric buses BYD ADL Enviro200EV XLB for Howick & Eastern by Transdev in New Zealand.
The move follows the purchase of 10 BYD ETM6 pure-electric eTrucks and was made in collaboration with Bluekens EV, a strategic partner and BYD eTruck dealer for the Netherlands.
On Tuesday, BYD announced that it had won the bid for 100 electric buses in Israel. This is the country's largest ever electric bus deal and also the largest order for BYD eBuses in Israel to date.
Chinese automobile and battery manufacturer BYD signed an order with Nobina, the largest public transport operator in Scandinavia, for 70 buses.
On Tuesday, BYD announced the delivery of its first batch of five new generation 12-meter pure electric buses to DB Regio Bus, a bus group owned by Deutsche Bahn.
BYD has announced a cooperation plan with Levo Mobility, which will integrate Nuvve Holding's leading vehicle-to-grid technology with BYD's battery electric vehicles.
Whether internationally recognized or not, however, the company is already the world’s largest producer of electric buses and is quietly beginning to transform urban transportation across the world.
During a virtual tour of an electric bus manufacturing facility on Tuesday, President Joe Biden lamented that the US is “running way behind China” in the scramble to develop and implement sustainable transport.