Talking Headways Podcast: Electric Bus Opportunities and Barriers

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This week, we’re joined by Camron Gorguinpour, global senior manager for electric vehicles at WRI’s Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. We talk about Shenzhen’s 16,000 electric buses and what world cities can learn positive and negative from their implementation. Gorguinpour also discusses infrastructure needs for electric bus operations at a fleet level, the impact of street maintenance, and procurement and implementation issues.

1 thought on Talking Headways Podcast: Electric Bus Opportunities and Barriers

  1. This was an amazing episode! So much great info on electric buses. I may have to listen more than once.

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