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Double decker fuel cell bus fleet launched in London

England’s first ever double decker fuel cell bus fleet has been launched yesterday in London by mayor Sadiq Khan. The hydrogen buses join a fleet of over 500 electric buses – one of the largest fleets in Western Europe. The aim is to make all London buses zero emission by 2030. Just a few days...

Another batch of Caetano-made fuel cell buses for Germany

CaetanoBus has been selected as the supplier to deliver five 12m fuel cell buses to Kreis Düren in Germany by the 1st quarter of 2022. The vehicles will be operated by Rurtalbus, a company founded by the RATH Group and the Dürener Kreisbahn (DKB) in 2019 and is responsible for all public bus transpo...

Follow-up order for 20 H2 buses from New Flyer in San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area’s AC Transit orders an additional 20 fuel cell buses from New Flyer, model Xcelsior CHARGE H2, unveiled in March 2019. The purchase was made through California’s State Cooperative Procurement, which New Flyer was selected for as a top-scoring approved supplier in 2019. 35 zero...

CaetanoBus sells the very first fuel cell buses in Portugal

CaetanoBus sells its first two fuel cell buses for the domestic market. These are the first hydrogen vehicles ever ordered in Portugal. Cascais Municipality announced yesterday, 31th May, the purchase of two Caetano H2.CityGold. The bus has been recently tested in Spain by ALSA. Still in Spain, eigh...

Hyzon in the Netherlands to provide over 1,800 fuel cell vehicles

Hyzon Motors announced it is taking part to Utrecht province commitment at increasing the deployment of hydrogen vehicles and infrastructures. The company, whose European subsidiary is headquartered in the Netherlands, will be supplying a wide batch of fuel cell vehicles. Here, the lion’s shar...
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