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Electric buses are set to become a very responsible and environmentally-friendly way to support the transport needs of citizens in the near future. Japan's, Toshiba Corporation, one of the leaders in global electronics, has successfully trialled its latest zero-emission bus system. Toshiba's rapid charging system enables it's latest bus to be recharged in only a few minutes, making it an ideal choice for cities and towns, while it's interior design - providing safe, stable and comfortable seating for passengers, is certain to win commuters over. Additionally, particulate matter (PM) and mono-nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions have been reduced to zero. The storage battery is installed under the floor of the bus for a more compact design, so seating space for passengers is the same as in tradtional diesel bus configurations. To learn more about Toshiba range of Electric Bus systems visit: Toshiba.

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