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CaetanoBus working to bring hydrogen buses to airports in Portugal

ANA-Vinci Airports, Galp, CaetanoBus, and Mitsui have agreed to evaluate the feasibility of reducing carbon dioxide emissions from airports in Portugal by replacing traditional combustion engine buses (and airport operations vehicles) with an environmentally friendly hydrogen-powered fleet. The stud...

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Why do fuel cell buses also have a battery? [The Hydrogen Hub #2]

Below, a contribution from EMCEL, a German-based engineering company focusing on hydrogen, fuel cells and e-mobility.It’s the second of a series of articles on topics around hydrogen economy and applications.Feedbacks, questions and contributions are welcome (at info@sustainable-bus.c...

Ten Solaris Urbino hydrogen vehicles on their way to Upper Bavaria

By March next year, Solaris will deliver ten models of the hydrogen-powered Urbino 12 to two private operators in Upper Bavaria: five have been ordered by Busreisen Ettenhuber GmbH and the same number by Martin Geldhauser GmbH & Co. KG. These state-of-the-art vehicles will improve emission-free ...

Greenmot equips its factory to produce retrofit kits

As the project to convert diesel buses into electric buses is progressing well, with Green-eBus successfully passing the first development milestone, clocking up the first kilometers with its new electric motor (responding perfectly to the constraints of driving, including uphill driving and untimel...

TMB rolls out the first hydrogen bus in Spain

TMB has put into service, for the first time in Spain, a fuel cell bus on a public transport network. On Thursday 7 April, users of line X1 will be able to travel with this innovative zero-emission vehicle, produced by CaetanoBus, which is loaded at Iberdrola’s green hydrogen plant. Tomorrow T...
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