Delhi Goes Green with ‘Zero-Emission’ Electric Buses
The buses can cover a distance of around 60 km after 4-5 hours of charging.
Electric buses have now reached Delhi. The national capital ‘goes green’ with two new electric buses that will ferry Parliamentarians and the staff of Transport Bhawan.
The buses can cover a distance of around 60 km after 4-5 hours of charging. The bus is a gift from Road Transport and Highways Ministry to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.
The bus, that originally ran on diesel, has been converted to electric and boasts of being ‘zero-emmission’. More such buses are expected to be rolled out in the future.
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