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Challenge / Goal

The general objective of this project is the design and development of a static charging system for an electric bus
development of a static charging system for electric buses that overcomes the technical limitations
overcomes the technical limitations found so far in the market,
related to autonomy, storage and recharging, thanks to the development of a new technology
development of a new technology called SRS (Stationary Recharge Solution).
Stationary Recharge Solution)


Ground power supply system without height limitations, on-board the vehicle and integrated into the infrastructure / garage with a compact and perfectly integrated design that makes it a discreet and aesthetic solution that eliminates the need for an overhead infrastructure in the urban environment. In addition to trying to understand the primary need to understand how this type of infrastructure influences and impacts the medium and low voltage (MV and LV) grid at any given time and place, as is the case with other increasingly widespread elements, such as renewable generation systems and distributed and coordinated energy storage in the form of microgrids.

Citizen participation

In the implementation and development of this project there was no direct participation of the citizens, but it was useful to see the reactions of the passengers when using a 100% electric bus.



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Time period

Planning time: 6 months to 1 year

Implementation time: 2 to 5 years

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