Delivery of 23 YES-EU All-Electric Buses and Charging Equipment to Pohjolan Liikenne
Pohjolan Liikenne HSL52 Sipoo
HSL, Finland Capital area – YES-EU has made another large delivery of its zero-emission, all-electric buses in Finland to one of its biggest clients. A total of 23 new-generation YES-EU eBuses with lengths of 12 and 15 metres were handed over to the Finnish bus company Pohjolan Liikenne in the Sipoo region in summer 2021. The delivery included 12 units of Yutong E15 electric 3-axle city buses with 563kWh batteries and 11 units of Yutong E12 2-axle city buses with 423kWh batteries. The buses are in operation since early August 2021 on several routes in the Finnish capital area and complement the company’s fleet of environmentally friendly all-electric buses.
Pohjolan Liikenne is one of the largest bus companies and a pioneer of zero-emission electric bus transport in Finland. Pohjolan Liikenne renews their fleet and uses modern solutions and technologies to reduce their carbon footprint. The all-electric buses produce no emissions during transport and are fully charged with renewable energy.
So it comes as no surprise this is not the first contract between YES-EU and Pohjolan Liikenne.
Successful deliveries of electric busses and charging systems supplied by YES-EU have been done repeatedly since summer of 2019.
The delivery in the Finnish capital HSL also included a total of 1440 kW of charging power. YES-EU Charging equipment subsidiary, Enerqo, delivered a total of 4 units of 360 kW 6-gun smart charging systems. These systems are equipped with the latest smart charging technology and have impressive features such as: Double-Gun Charging, Pre-Heat Support Functions, OCPP 1.6, Full Power Allocation, Automatic Charging Start, etc.
YES-EU continuously implements breakthrough innovations into world-leading technologies and integrated environmental solutions. The company is committed to proactively collaborating with like-minded partners in the adoption of eMobility solutions to reduce the overall environmental impact of public transport.