Daimler Buses Solutions GmbH Hits milestone with E-Bus Depot Construction in The Hague

The construction of an e-bus depot in The Hague

A 100% subsidiary of Daimler Buses, has achieved a significant milestone in its major project by initiating the construction of an e-bus depot in The Hague. The subsidiary is leading the electrification efforts for the entire bus depot of HTM Personenvervoer NV- local public transport operator in the Dutch city. The project covers the installation of 41 charging stations, boasting a total of 122 charging points, providing the charging management, the software, and operating concepts.

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The anticipated commissioning is set for the third quarter of 2024.

As part of the comprehensive initiative, Daimler Buses will supply a mxinimum of 95 battery-electric Mercedes-Benz eCitaro city buses to HTM. Dietrich Müller, Managing Director of Daimler Buses Solutions GmbH, emphasized their commitment to devolope innovative and customized e-systems, that will be directly catered to the clients throughout Europe.

The customized e-system at HTM’s depot

The e-system at HTM’s depot is expected to feature ‘fast lanes’ for rapid daytime charging, utilizing powerful 360 kW charging stations. During off-peak hours, up to four buses per charging station can be charged overnight at 90 kW.

 Generally, plan includes concepts of installing 28 charging stations at The Hague depot, capable of simultaneously supplying energy to 109 electric buses, and an additional 13 charging stations at three other HTM sites. While charging management software is supplied in collaboration with IVU Traffic Technologies AG.

In collaboration with local partners ABB E-mobility and Batenburg Techniek, Daimler Buses Solutions GmbH is spearheading the e-infrastructure setup, while charging management software is supplied in collaboration with IVU Traffic Technologies AG.

 Established in summer 2023, Daimler Buses Solutions GmbH, specializes in providing turnkey e-infrastructure solutions, supporting clients in the seamless transition to electrically powered fleets by recognizing the importance of a well-coordinated system for electrified buses.

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