Solaris has signed a contract for its 2000th e-bus. So far, Urbino electric models of various lengths and configurations have been chosen by carriers in over 140 towns and cities in 21 European countries. Over the last few years, a profound e-mobility revolution has taken place. Several years ago, only a few opted to electrify their municipal bus fleets. The vast majority of routes were operated by buses with conventional drives. In 2012, only 15 electric buses rolled out onto the streets of European cities. In 2021, every fourth newly registered bus in Western Europe was electric. In the last few weeks, the manufacturer signed a contract for its 2000th electric bus, which has confirmed that the path chosen years ago is the right one. Orders for these impressive 2000 zero-emission Urbino electric vehicles have been placed by carriers from over 140 towns and cities in 21 European countries. Over 1300 vehicles out of this pool have already been delivered and enhance public transport. Another 700 electric units will be manufactured this year or in the years to follow. Electric Urbino vehicles bolster modern and environmentally friendly transport in such cities as Berlin, Bolzano, Brussels, Cluj-Napoca, Cracow, Landshut, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Paris, Warsaw and Venice – to name but a few. Solaris embarked on its battery-powered journey in 2011, when the first 8.9-metre Urbino electric bus was launched. The Urbino 12 electric bus has been manufactured since 2012. A year later, the articulated Urbino 18 electric bus was unveiled. In 2019, a platform for the bi-articulated Urbino 24 electric was developed, and in 2020 the Urbino 15 LE electric was launched as the first intercity e-bus in Solaris’s electric range. In 2021, 10 years after the launch of its predecessor, our latest electric bus was presented to the public: the Urbino 9 LE electric.