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Five eco-buses delivered to Khui Doloon Khudag for transporting Naadam spectators

Tsahilgaan Teever state-owned company handed over five electric mini-buses to Mongol Naadam Complex at Khui Doloon Khudag on Monday.
The mini-buses will be transporting visitors from parking lot and Naadam field from July 9 to July 14 free of charge.
After Naadam, two of the buses will be transferred to the National Garden as they are intended for carrying people in golf courses, parks and camps.
Tsahilgaan Teever’s head engineer G.Bolorsukh said, “The eco-mini buses have been domestically manufactured, but several parts of the bus, which are impossible for manufacturing in Mongolia, have been imported.”
The J-800 EV buses run on 12 batteries and are 4.6 meters long, 1.45 meter wide and two meters tall, with 12 seats each. Its maximum speed is 20 km/h. The electric batteries will be charged when off duty at night for eight to ten hours.
When fully charged, the minibus can travel up to 80 to 100 km. The company said that it has already received additional orders for the buses.

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