SKhy Bus concept it will get its energy from the solar cells posed on the top of the bus. The bus would also process wastewater to produce hydrogen.
The top of the SKhy Bus is completely covered with solar cells for energy production, the brakes also generate extra energy, not for the bus’s movement but for the production of hydrogen out of wastewater.
The processing of wastewater can be done even if the bus is parked, the same works for energy production, depending on the city’s needs. It possesses large air intakes to filter CO2 from the atmosphere thanks to ZIF materials (1l can hold up to 83l of CO2).
The CO2 can then be used for the cooling and fire extinguishing systems or as substitute for other chemicals in wastewater treatment, or to make calcium carbonate to reduce the use of wood fibers in paper making.
The bus has an aluminum structure for lightweight and easy recycling. The seats and other components are made of recycled antimony free polyester from water bottles, this means it can be recycled endlessly. The braking system (and other components) are composed of piezoelectric ceramics, which reduce vibration and convert waste energy. This would help clean municipal wastewaters, release oxygen and capture CO2, just like a plant.