UQM system to power hybrid bus

August 2007
Trailer / Body Builders;Aug2007, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p12
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The article reports that the 150-kilowatt permanent magnet propulsion motor of UQM Technologies Inc. will power a fuel cell hybrid electric bus being developed by Mobile Energy Solutions LLC. The body of the bus is manufactured by Martin Marietta Composites. The batteries are incorporated in the floor, allowing a low floor design. The bus was designed to accept auxiliary power units besides fuel cells which include propane and biodiesel.


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