In an ongoing effort to combat the effects of climate change, many cities are transitioning from fossil fuel-powered transport to cleaner and more sustainable electric alternatives. This trend is apparent in the United Kingdom, which is setting ambitious targets to become carbon net-zero in the near future.
As a result, mass transit vehicles are increasingly turning green due to incentives and regulations enacted by the UK government. While this is a positive shift, the challenge lies within the lack of infrastructure (e.g. complex hardware systems such as bus charging stations, which often means a complete redesigning of bus depots) and software solutions that can report the actual condition of buses.
These challenges can make the transition to sustainable bus operations less desirable for more traditional players of the transportation sector.
Zenobē, the UK’s leading owner and operator of battery storage, tackles this issue by utilising innovative finance and technology solutions to enable bus operators to make the transition from fossil fuels to renewable electricity sources.
As a fast growing player in the UK’s energy sector, Zenobē brings unrivalled energy expertise to provide services to commercial EV operators, lending their battery services; including installing the entire charging infrastructure and providing a software solution that facilitates optimal bus charging.