Islanders are being asked to give feedback on a new electric bus on trial.
People in Jersey can catch a ride with it over the next three weeks before it moves on to be tested in Guernsey.
At around £325,000, electric buses are significantly more expensive than the vehicles used now.
ITV News Channel speaks with LibertyBus director Kevin Hart about the benefits of electric buses
But LibertyBus director Kevin Hart says the long-term environmental costs would be lower: "When you take out your diesel costs and your components that you would possibly replace, which is engines, gearbox, there are a lot less moving parts to an electric bus - so you have to look at the whole life cost.
"We've got to look to the future. How do we go carbon neutral on the island - how do we do our part?
"And electric bus is a thing - because the more people we can get on buses, the fewer cars that are out, the less traffic congestion there is. It's a win-win for everyone."
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