Get to know Engie Peru's 100% electric bus, which will be used to transport personnel from the Cerro Corona mine at Gold Fields, located at 3,998 m.s. in Cajamarca, where an electric charging system has also been installed.
"As part of our commitment to electric mobility, Engie has managed to install the electric charger at the highest point in the world and decentralize technology to the northern highlands of Peru," said Daniel Cámac, deputy country manager of Engie Peru.
The bus has a range of 280km and, although its market price is high, its operating cost is 87% lower than conventional buses.
The vehicle will cover the route Lima - Cajamarca, going through Chimbote, Trujillo, among other cities, facing different geographies, types of soil and roads.
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