“Credo E-Bone” Eco Concept for Public Transport

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This interesting concept of eco bus “Credo E-Bone” was designed by Hungarian designer Peter Simon. This zero-emission bus runs on hydrogen fuel cells and lithium batteries to add sustainability to the public transportation. Powered by four in-wheel electric motors “Credo E-Bone” carries its power sources on its roof. The shell of the bus has been made from lightweight composite plastic that resembles a skeleton structure. Such lightweight construction makes the concept energy-efficient. Hope soon such eco bus will be significant part in eco travel.

 

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12 comments
  1. I like the eco-friendly, modern design. I would love to ride in a public transport like this.

  2. Hydrogen and such as fuels doesn’t mean it’s sustainable, as if there’s free hydrogen lying around. Now give me a full estimation on the joules per mile it gets, taking into all the work done in any form to give it the fuels and factoring in its on site efficiency.

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