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will provide 100 electric buses and charging infrastructure for Santiago. The deployment is part of a wider ambition to establish a low-emission transportation system in Chile with 6,000 electric buses by 2040.
Also, Engie has issued a proposal for a light rail system to link Santiago's airport to the city, implemented an electric taxi fleet and developed an intelligent network of charging stations for electric vehicles.
Last year, Engie took part in a trial with Keolis, Navya, Here East and Our Parklife in the UK to allow Londoners to embark on journeys on an autonomous electric shuttle in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The Navya shuttle travelled on a loop around the park and carried up to 15 passengers at a speed of up to 28mph.