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Solaris hydrogen bus supply for Austria’s Wiener Linien canceled

Austrian and Viennese transport company Wiener Linien will not use Solaris hydrogen fuel cell buses: the contract to supply 10 FCEV from the Polish manufacturer has been severed.Reporting the news is the Hungarian specialized website Magyarbusz. The reason for this rupture? According to what those d...

RVK receives grants for H2 station and electrolyser

German Federal Minister Volker Wissing has granted €7.3 million in funding for hydrogen projects in the Rheinische Revier region. The funding will go towards the construction of a hydrogen refuelling station and an electrolyser at RVK Mechernich site (60 km from Cologne and Bonn). Both projects were...


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Wiesbaden is retiring fuel cell buses from operations

Wiesbaden has halted its fuel cell bus project. Ten fuel cell buses are set to be retired, a year after delivery. The publicly owned transport company’s €2.3m ($2.44m) filling station is reportedly no more operational since some time. The news is reported on local media Frankfurter Allgemeine and su...

1,5 million miles covered by Wrightbus fuel cell buses

Wrightbus’s fleet of hydrogen fuel cell buses have travelled 1.5 million miles since first entering service, the manufacturer says. Wrightbus first unveiled its StreetDeck Hydroliner – world’s first hydrogen powered double deck bus- in Aberdeen in 2020, with a fleet of buses entering passenger...
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