ebusplan – Your partner for planning and operation of electric buses

The introduction of electric buses is a challenge for all stakeholders. The durable and cost-intensive infrastructure has to be planned in advance and integrated into daily operationWe assist you in this process with our expertise and innovative planning and optimization tools.

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Master all the challenges of climate-friendly bus transport with us

The international climate targets are constantly moving further into the focus of society. This development does not stop at public transport. In particular, the 2019 amendment to the so-called Clean Vehicles Directive testifies to the Europe-wide will to reduce CO2 emissions in transport. In addition, the EU directive makes it clear that local emissions of other pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and particulate matter, are to be minimized in order to improve air quality, particularly in inner cities.

The consequence of these certainly desirable goals is a changing over of conventional diesel bus fleets to climate and environmentally friendly alternatives. This means that you as a bus operator, public transport authority, city or municipality are faced with the challenge of having to replace the diesel bus, which is highly flexible in operational terms.

With our versatile services, we can provide you with professional support in this transition to electric buses.


Career Day Aachen

Newsletter from 15th April, 2024

We are in!

On 07th May you will find us at the job fair


Newsletter from 11th April, 2024

Bus2Bus 2024 in Berlin

On 24th and 25th April you will find us at Bus2Bus 2024 Conference



Newsletter from 23th February, 2024

Berlin Calling

On 05th and 07th March you will find us at 15th VDV Electric Bus Conference

The electrification of your bus fleet raises many questions

  • Which operating concept makes sense for your bus fleet and the individual situation on your location (depot charging, opportunity charging, fuel cell buses, trolley buses)?
  • What are the annual additional costs of transitioning to alternative drives compared to operating the current fleet?
  • How high is the savings potential in terms of pollutant emissions (CO2, NOX/NO2 and particulate matter)?
  • What requirements do depots and workshops have to meet?
  • How should the necessary infrastructure be designed (charging infrastructure, grid connections, hydrogen filling stations)?
  • In which steps does it make sense to change over your fleet to alternative drives (time planning, transition concept)?

We will find answers to these and other questions for you based on innovative planning tools and extensive experience in the electric bus sector.