It's been 6 years since the Ukrainian concern Electron presented its first (and so far only) low-floor electric bus Electron E191 with a length of 12 meters and a capacity of 100 seats in Lviv.
The bus is powered by LFP Winston batteries, which can manage more than 200 km on a single charge. LFP batteries are safe, reliable, able to operate in a wide range of temperatures and have a long service life – in 6 years of operation, the bus has carried more than one million passengers and covered more than 100 000 km. All this without the need to replace even one battery!
Over the course of six years of rigorous testing, the Winston Batteries have stood up to the challenging climatic conditions – when some diesel buses were unable to run routes in severe winter frosts, the electric bus regularly carried passengers without reducing mileage. All batteries tested have lost almost none of their original capacity (400 AH) over the six years of testing and are still working as good as new!