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ZeEUS and ELIPTIC projects support efforts to reduce carbon emissions

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On 11 December 2015, 195 nations participating in the COP21 meeting of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and adopted by consensus a legally binding plan to fight climate change. The resulting Paris Agreement aims to abandon carbon emission this century, and stop global warming “well below” 2 degrees Celsius.

Low carbon future of cities – UITP speaks about electromobility at CIVITAS Forum 2015

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Electrification in public transport is not a new phenomenon. Metro, trams and trolleybuses operate in numerous cities, there is also a growing uptake of electric and hybrid buses. Electromobility appears to be an effective weapon to fight climate change, but, especially the new modes, still raise many questions.

ZeEUS Demo in Stockholm: Electric hybrids on line 73 have their names

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Eight electric hybrid buses tested within the ZeEUS demonstration in Stockholm got their names on Friday, August 28th during the ceremony at the Keolis depot in Frihamnen. Bus drivers had had the opportunity to suggest a name starting with EL (from ELectric), after which eight names were selected: Ellinor, Elin, Elmer, Elton, Elvis, Elina, Elgar and Electra. The names are placed above the front door and give the buses a more personal touch.

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