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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...

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A new batch of Solaris Urbino hydrogen in the Netherlands

Solaris Bus & Coach and Dutch carrier Arriva Netherlands have signed an agreement for the delivery of 10 Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen buses. In accordance with the contract, the 12-metre fuel cell bus units will be delivered to the province of Gelderland in the course of this year. Arriva will sta...

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

Around 150 fuel cell buses were put in operation in Europe in the period 2012 – 2020. But there are plans to get over 1,200 by 2025. Looking at a global picture, according to BloombergNEF figures, the fuel cell buses in operation as of late 2020 were about 4,250. It must be said that a nice sl...

Ten Caetano fuel cell buses headed to Wiesbaden (Germany)

The public transport operator of Wiesbaden chose Caetano to deliver 10 hydrogen buses in the last quarter of 2021. In Germany the Portuguese producer has already been selected as the supplier to deliver four hydrogen buses to Bielefeld’s Transport Company and supplied two hydrogen buses to the eFarm...

Solaris joins the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

Solaris joins European Clean Hydrogen Alliance, an initiative led by the European Commission. Its aim is to scale-up, by 2030, the production and deployment of hydrogen as a fuel produced by means of low-emission technologies and renewable energy sources. The European Clean Hydrogen Alliance is one ...
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