Ebusco (Euronext: EBUS), a pioneer and frontrunner in the development of electric buses and charging systems, has signed a contract with Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (“BVG”) for 90 Ebusco 2.2 buses for the city of Berlin. This contract increases Ebusco's presence in the strategically important German market. Delivery of the 90 Ebusco 2.2 buses to BVG is planned for 2022.

BVG is the largest public transport company in Germany and is committed to converting the entire bus fleet to electric buses by 2030. The order of 90 Ebusco 2.2. Buses is expanding its electric bus fleet to 228 buses. The contract also includes an option to order another 60 Ebusco 2.2 buses up to one year after delivery of the first bus.

Ebusco has been active on the German market since 2017 and already has buses in use in major German cities, including Munich, Bonn and Frankfurt. With this contract, Ebusco expands its presence to another major city in Germany, one of Ebusco's main target markets, with 54 buses on German roads.

“We are delighted to welcome BVG as a customer and to have been selected to contribute to BVG's transition to a completely emission-free bus fleet. As the largest public transport company, BVG is playing a pioneering role in the transition of the German public transport market to climate neutral solutions. We are proud that BVG has chosen Ebusco and look forward to building a solid relationship.”

The high and consistent battery performance combined with the competitive TCO were important considerations for BVG in choosing Ebusco. Ebusco

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Delivery of the 90 Ebusco 2.2 buses to BVG is planned for 2022.
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