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SSE to power e-mobility progress in Norway with charging containers

Date :2020-03-09 Hits:53
The CEO of SSE, Mr. Pan Fei reached a supply agreement with the CEO of KEOLIS Norway, Ms. Gry Miriam Olsen on February 28. SSE MW-class charging containers will be delivered to Bergen,Norway with Yutong electric buses in August this year.

Keolis is one of the world leaders in public transport operation. Based in Paris,  France, it is now present in 16 countries across five continents. Its business line involves public transport, railways, trams, cable cars and other public transportation fields. Based on the spirit of the Paris Climate Agreement, Keolis is accelerating the “zero-emissions” public transportation layout. More than 20,000 traditional buses are under“electrification”, which urgently requires the supporting charging facilities. Being active in the European charging market and perfectly matching Yutong, Ankai, Volvo and other coach brands, SSE is supposed be the best partner for this “EVolution”.

Four 24-gun 1080kW smart charging containers will be the first batch supplied to Keolis. Each container is connected to six 4-gun split chargers and can charge 24 buses at the same time. The containers will be delivered to Bergen, the second largest city in Norway with 115 Yutong buses. Bergen is called “rain city”, over 300 rainy days a year puts forward higher requirements for the performance of charging facilities. With the container design, SSE charging products superior in resistance to rain and snow, running stably even in harsh environments. The excellent performance has been recognised by users in Iceland, Denmark and Finland, etc.

In addition, multiple large public transport companies from Finland, Norway and Sweden are also establishing cooperation with SSE now. SSE will keep providing green power for the e-mobility process for Europe and all over the world.

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