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Fuel cell bus projects in the spotlight: fleets, manufacturers, trends

A total of 370 fuel cell buses were in operation in Europe as of 1 January 2023. But there are plans to get over 1,200 by 2025. In Europe 2021 has been a watershed year: with 158 registrations, that market grew of 236% in Europe. In 2022, on the other hand, registrations in the Old Continent [&helli...

Another batch of Solaris fuel cell bus headed to Frankfurt

Frankfurt operator In-der-City-Bus GmbH (ICB) has placed an order for 9 Solaris Urbino 18 hydrogen buses. There are already 23 hydrogen-powered Solaris buses running in the metropolis, supplied in 2022 and 2024. Deliveries of the articulated buses from the latest order are scheduled for July 2025. S...

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Frankfurt orders its first fuel cell buses from Solaris

Solaris has sold 13 fuel cell buses in Frankfurt. The buses are to be deployed on target routes in 2022. The Polish company announces it has won a tender call made by the company In-der-City-Bus which is in charge of public transport in Frankfurt. A batch of 15 units is headed to Cologne, another 20...

Caetano fuel cell bus on a test in Oviedo

The city of Oviedo will test a Caetano H2.CityGold for the next three months From 15th of April. The bus will run through the different TUA lines. In December 2020 a strategic alliance was announced between Toyota Europe, CaetanoBus and Finlog in an effort dedicated to the development and production...

Alsa testing an hydrogen bus in Madrid. A trial with CaetanoBus

Spanish operator Alsa is testing a Caetano hydrogen-powered bus. The vehicle will be operating in Madrid. In December 2020 a strategic alliance was announced between Toyota Europe, CaetanoBus and Finlogin an effort dedicated to the development and production of fuel buses in Europe. Alsa tests the h...

Alexander Dennis H2.0 hydrogen bus on the launching pad

Alexander Dennis Limited announced that its next generation double deck fuel cell bus will deliver a zero-emission range of up to 300 miles. It will be powered by a Ballard fuel cell power module through the Voith Electrical Drive System (VEDS). The same system adopted by Wrightbus. It is expected t...
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