More zero emission vehicles for Barcelona-based transport operator TMB, which has set a goal of achieving 25% of its fleet with zero emissions by 2024.  TMB 2025 Strategic Plan aims also to achieve that by 2025 65% of displacements in Barcelona are made by public transport, in front of private vehicles. 8 fuel cell buses have already been awarded in 2021 to CaetanoBus (deliveries started in April 2022).

It’s time of major fuel cell bus awarding for the Polish producer: in the last weeks it has been awarded as many as 130 units in Bologna and 90 in Venice (plus 18 further vehicles for Cologne).

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Solaris wins fuel cell buses in Barcelona

TMB decided in 2020 that only electric, fuel cell and CNG-powered buses are going to be procured.

In a new tender, 36 hydrogen buses have been awarded for a total amount of more than 23 million euros, strengthening TMB’s role as a reference in Spain and Europe in the use of hydrogen for public transport. Solaris Bus Ibérica won the contract.

TMB President Laia Bonet said: «This award is another step in TMB’s commitment to sustainability and, in particular, the renewal of the bus fleet that will allow us to reach 25 percent zero-emission vehicles in the coming year. Barcelona needs increasingly sustainable public transport, and TMB is working along these lines, both in buses and the metro».


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