BYD's 2,000 electric bus win marks a leap forward

Chinese conglomerate BYD has received a huge electric vehicle (EV) order from the city of Hangzhou, China's fourth largest metropolitan area. The order is for 2,000 electric buses, along with 1,000 electric cars to serve as taxis, which the city hopes will combat increasing pollution. The bus number...

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