ADL improves battery energy warranty on next-gen e-bus models


By Luke Willetts - 22nd April 2024

ADL improves battery energy warranty on next-gen e-bus models

Batteries in Alexander Dennis Enviro400EV chassis

UK Alexander Dennis Ltd (ADL) of Larbert, UK, with Polish battery supplier, Impact Clean Power Technology SA* (ICPT) of Warsaw, has increased its “warrantable energy throughput” of its next-gen electric buses (Enviro400EV and Enviro100EV) due to the quality of its next-generation NMC battery chemistry. Launched in November last year, when the Enviro400EV was equipped with a 472kWh battery pack, the warrantable energy throughput, which includes regeneration, can be 1.6GWh over eight years. When either e-bus is equipped with 354kWh of battery capacity, the warrantable energy throughput can be 1.2GWh over eight years.

ADL recently announced an impressive set of testing results from UTAC engineers after delivering its first next-generation electric Enviro400EV bus to Stagecoach in Oxfordshire.

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