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Cop26: BYD and ADL’s contribution to a green future – Xinhua News

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(XINHUA) – Glasgow, November 11 – A fleet of electric single-decker buses crossed the streets leading to an armadillo-like ballroom in Glasgow. The bright collage of red, violet, and green hues created by the compounds added vitality to the Scottish town at the onset of a gloomy winter.

Built in the UK by BYD, the leading Chinese manufacturer of new energy vehicles, and by the UK’s largest bus and coach maker Alexander Dennis Limited (ADL), these e-buses transport delegates attending the United Nations climate conference underway in City, COP26.

With a zero-emissions service presented at the global event as countries negotiate future actions to tackle climate change, these buses are an example that through collaboration, the world can make a positive difference and encourage a reversal of climate change.

“We firmly believe that cooperation should be limitless,” He Yiping, general manager of BYD Europe, told Xinhua on the sidelines of the COP26 conference.

The latter also noted that the e-buses were an instant success because they were quiet, comfortable, and equipped with USB charging and multiple entertainment systems. (continued)


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