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First hydrogen buses in Slovakia to be delivered by Solaris in July 2023

As, based on local press coverage, we have anticipated a few days ago, the Slovakian carrier Dopravný podnik Bratislava (DPB) has opted for four hydrogen buses to be manufactured and delivered by Solaris. This is the first order placed under a framework agreement. In the long run, up to 40 Solaris U...

First fuel cell bus (by Solaris) delivered in Poland

7 July saw the delivery of the first ever hydrogen public transport bus in Poland. A Solaris Urbino 12 fuel cell bus is being leased by public transport operator Miejskie Zakłady Komunikacji [MZK] in Konin. First fuel cell bus in Poland The Solaris fuel cell bus destined for Konin will cover around ...

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Electric bus, main fleets and projects around the world

Electric bus adoption in public transport urban fleet is growing all over the world. It started in China, and it has taken a few years for other regions to start the transition. But now Europe is booming: the year 2019 will be remembered as the year when the electric bus sales volumes definitiv...

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Toyota fuel cell bus ready for commercialization

The fuel cell bus from Toyota has been approved and launched on the market. Sora project, which was officially commercialised, will have its arrival point at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, when one hundred fuel cell buses are expected to circulate in Japan capital city. Toyota, noncomformist choice for fue...

22 fuel cell buses for Scotland thanks to Jive 2

10 fuell cell buses to Aberdeen (bringing to 20 the hydrogen fleet of the city) and 12 units to Dundee. The two Scottish cities are taking part in the European project Jive 2 directed by Uitp. The project has received a €25 million grant to deploy 152 hydrogen fuel cell buses across 14 European citi...
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