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  • Energy recovery effectiveness in trolleybus transport

    - ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS RESEARCH - Rok 2014

    Nowadays the issue of electric energy saving in public transport is becoming a key area of interest whichis connected both with a growth in environmental awareness of the society and an increase in the pricesof fuel and electricity. One of the possibilities to reduce energy consumption in urban public transport isto increase the extent of regenerative braking energy utilization. This can be achieved by its accumulationin the supercapacitors...

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  • Multiaspect measurement analysis of breaking energy recovery

    Nowadays the issue of electric energy saving in public transport is becoming a key area of interest, which is connected both with a growth of environmental awareness in the society and an increase in the prices of fuel and electricity. That is why the reduction of energy consumption by increasing electrified urban transport, such as trams, trolleybuses, light rail and underground is becoming an increasingly important issue. Energy...

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  • Ensuring sustainable development of urban public transport: A case study of the trolleybus system in Gdynia and Sopot (Poland)

    - JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION - Rok 2021

    Electromobility is a vital tool in reducing the environmental impact of transportation. A technologically mature means of public transport is the trolleybus. Based on a case study of the Polish cities of Gdynia and Sopot, this paper explores the factors that influence the development of the trolleybus system. Recent developments of in-motion charging (IMC) technology are analysed what provides a new analytical framework for the...

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