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发布时间:2015-11-13    文章来源:The Word Today    浏览次数:1470

链接:http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2015/s4342220.htm


原文:

Electric bus company hopes to employ Victorians

KIM LANDERS: In Victoria, about 100,000 people are going to be out of work thanks to some of the big car makers shutting down.

But now, an electric vehicle company says it could fill the gap.

And it'll do it, with an electric bus, that it says can drive between Melbourne and Sydney with only one charge. 

Tom Nightingale reports from Yuroke, north of Melbourne.

TOM NIGHTINGALE: It looks like any other bus but it sounds very different. 

ALLEN SAYLAV: That noise you're hearing is the actual air compressor, not our motor. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: Allen Saylav is the chief executive of Brighsun.

The company has made four prototype buses in China, using its electric batteries.

It's showcasing them near Melbourne to make the case for large electric vehicle manufacturing in Victoria.

ALLEN SAYLAV: And we are intending very seriously to commence manufacturing in Australia and aiming to be the largest manufacturer in Australia for worldwide distribution and we will be producing transportation products from buses, trucks, vans, cars, marine like rail and rail. We already have the trucks in 12 metre and one metre configuration that's been developed. 

We are in the concept stage of our vans. We are in the design stage of our passenger sports cars and we have produced a tram, fully electrical - eliminating all overhead wires and we have also produced the high speed train - all battery operated. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: How many people do you think you could employ in Australia?

ALLEN SAYLAV: That is going to be reliant on the outcome of this conference. We were looking for government support in every way. We're looking for key stakeholders and working with the industry groups. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: If it all goes well though, what sort of a scale would you ??

ALLEN SAYLAV: If it all goes well we're obviously given what I've just explained about the type of products we have, we will be looking at what the void has been left by the big three that is leaving Australia. 

We're looking to ?

TOM NIGHTINGALE: The auto?

ALLEN SAYLAV: Correct, that's right, yeah. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: You'd fill the gap left by auto manufacturers?

ALLEN SAYLAV: Correct, that's right. 


TOM NIGHTINGALE: It's a big call to make. 

ALLEN SAYLAV: It is indeed and we are prepared for it. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: The company wants financial help from the Victorian Government.

The Industry Minister, Lily D'Ambrosio.

LILY D'AMBROSIO: It certainly has great potential. We understand that electric vehicles, electric battery storage technologies are the way of our future and what better place than Victoria to actually trial what is a terrific new energy techno logy by way of these batteries that have been trialled and demonstrated in terms of their capacity on the buses that we see before us. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: The company is saying that this could effectively replace the lost jobs involved in the auto sector's decline. That seems like a huge call to make. Do you think it's as big as it's been talked up to be or is this just something else that could be ultimately not really a solution?

LILY D'AMBROSIO: Well, Brighsun certainly does have a great vision and we welcome great visions as a state. We have great capability. Now we certainly welcome ideas that are presented by Brighsun and any other company that wants to enhance the capability to advance new initiative technologies so for us, it's exciting, it's early days but we are very intent and very happy to keep working alongside of Brighsun. 

TOM NIGHTINGALE: Brighsun says it's electric bus will enter the Guinness Book of World Records after making the longest drive on a single charge in an area between Geelong and Seymour yesterday. 

The company wants to prove it can make it between Melbourne and Sydney with a single charge. 

Tomorrow morning, a team of engineers will set out from Sunshine in western Melbourne. They're planning to reach Sydney tomorrow night. 

(Car noises)

KIM LANDERS: Tom Nightingale with that report.



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