Login to access members-only content
Accelerating Transport to Zero Emissions
A battery electric bus operates using an electric motor powered by a lithium ion battery charged using mains electricity.
Find out more
A hybrid bus combines two power sources in the vehicle drive train - a conventional diesel engine and an electric motor.
Natural gas is a fossil fuel with UK supplies originating from the North Sea and European gas fields.
Plug-in hybrids are similar to a traditional hybrid bus, but are equipped with a larger battery which can solely power the bus for a certain distance, giving a ‘zero emission capability’.
Hydrogen buses are powered by an electric powertrain whereby fuel cells convert the chemical energy of hydrogen into electrical energy.
If you want to get involved in the work of one or more of Zemo Partnership's Working Groups, why not join us, or contact the Secretariat for more information.
There is no better time to join our partnership for change. Join us and help shape the future.
All fields marked with * are required
Data Protection Statement
Zemo Partnership, as Data Controller, will collect and process your personal details for the purpose of supplying you with information regarding the Zemo Partnership and related activities.
More information |
If you choose to block cookies some parts of this website may not operate. To block cookies please do this within your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to block cookies within their settings and we have provided links to the most commonly used browsers.
Please view our cookie details page for more information on the cookies we use.