BAE Techniques to provide Gen3 propulsion techniques to ElDorado Nationwide for battery-electric and fuel-cell buses


BAE Techniques, a frontrunner in heavy-duty electrical propulsion, will present ElDorado Nationwide (California) or ENC, a subsidiary of REV Group, with its Gen3 product line options for ENC’s next-generation battery-electric and hydrogen gasoline cell transit buses.


ENC’s Axess Battery Electrical Bus (EVO-BE) and Axess Hydrogen Gasoline Cell Electrical Bus (EVO-FC) will combine BAE Techniques’ Gen3 energy inverters and electrical motors for a standard structural powertrain throughout each platforms.

Utilizing a modular design, BAE Techniques’ Modular Energy Management System (MPCS) and Modular Accent Energy System (MAPS) provide ENC the flexibleness to have one frequent electrical drive propulsion and accent energy administration answer throughout each of its new zero emission transit bus choices.

Together with BAE Techniques’ Gen3 {hardware}, ENC’s EVO-FC will function a 125kW hydrogen gasoline cell from Plug. The ProGen 125kW gasoline cell supplies best-in-class energy density, fuel-based operational flexibility and vary flexibility for hydrogen gasoline cell buses. Greater than 55,000 Plug gasoline cells are in every day service throughout North America, serving fleets each small and huge.

On the Axess EVO-BE platform, BAE Techniques’ Gen3 expertise will combine with a battery system provided by Proterra Powered, offering zero-emission operation beneath the identical frequent powertrain.

Constructing on 25 years of innovation, BAE Techniques’ Gen3 Sequence-EV battery electrical and Sequence-H hydrogen gasoline cell merchandise energy buses across the globe. The corporate has greater than 15,000 propulsion techniques in service on transit buses worldwide.

The electrical propulsion expertise is developed and serviced at its amenities in Endicott, New York and Rochester, UK.


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