Zenobē is using ITT Hub, which opens today and continues tomorrow, to show off its portfolio and make exciting new announcements.
As the official charging partner for ITT Hub’s Ride & Drive, it is providing charging infrastructure for the test drive area where you can test drive electric buses, coaches and vans.
Drawing on Zenobē’s strong experience in planning, constructing and installing charging infrastructure for vehicle fleet electrification projects, they are providing charging infrastructure for the test drive area where you can test drive electric buses, coaches and vans
Zenobē is an EV fleet and battery storage specialist, its ETaaS (Electric Transport-as-a-Service) solution provides fleet operators and local authorities with a full solution for a pay-per-month fee including charging infrastructure, battery replacement and award-winning software.
It is drawing on Zenobē’s strong experience in planning, constructing and installing charging infrastructure for vehicle fleet electrification projects
Its second-life battery charging, sees its stand  made from re-used EV batteries, showing the future for EV batteries.
Powering the very stand itself, Zenobe’s second-life battery is a circular solution to EV batteries end-of-life and removes the need for polluting diesel generators
By finding value for EV batteries in their second life, Zenobē are able to reduce the initial cost to fleet operators looking to electrify, meaning that the environmentally sustainable option is also economically sustainable
What’s more, these portable batteries can also be used as a flexible tool to support a site’s grid connection, allowing operators to further reduce their costs
Find out more at the Zenobe circular economy explainer here
Zenobē announces its first deal with the coach industry, beginning with one electric coach for Airsym, launching into service a brand-new Yutong TCe12 electric coach
The coach will provide a shuttle service for McClaren Automotive during the working week and on the weekends, it will be the first electric coach to operate airside at London Heathrow airport.
Transitioning coach fleets to zero emission alternatives will save around 56,000 tonnes of carbon over the next decade and reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides equivalent to £225m in public health damage cost savings.
Zenobē brings its strong track record in the bus sector to help coach operators to make the switch to electric