The EMT is ‘put the batteries’ to get a cleaner public transport. The Madrid City Council, through the Municipal Transport Company, is set to launch an innovative ‘zero emissions’ project, a pioneer in Spain. It is the inductive recharge system that, according to municipal sources, is “totally reliable, efficient and safe”. The recharging stations are located at the head of the lines where, in less than 8 minutes, the batteries of the buses recover their energy.

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