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    Italian company to electrify MB L-3

    June 29, 2022 - CE Noticias Financieras


      The Italian company Enel Green Power Mexico won the tender for the installation of the recharging points to be used by the electric buses of Metrobus Line 3.

      An investment of 4 million dollars is contemplated, with which the company will open its new business line, Enel X, in the country.

      In total, 25 intelligent stations will be installed, designed to supply the 4.5 megawatts required for the transportation system's operations; the measure seeks to promote mass electric mobility.

      On June 7, the capital authorities announced that by the beginning of 2023 the goal is to have 60 electric units operating in the Capital. Line 3, which runs from Tenayuca to Santa Cruz Atoyac, in the Benito Juarez district, would become the first BRT (Bus Rapid Transit Standard) corridor with all-electric operation in Mexico.

      "The aim is to improve its performance, optimize recharging and thus reduce its energy demand through our 'Smart Charging' platform, for the benefit of both the city and the millions of users who use the service every day," Enel said in a statement.

      Bruno Riga, country manager of Enel Mexico, pointed out that this type of technology allows reducing polluting gas emissions.

      Enel Green Power

      "The aim is to optimize recharging and reduce energy demand through our Smart Charging platform, to the benefit of both the city and its inhabitants".


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