Iveco Bus will collaborate with HTWO to equip its future European fuel cell buses with Hyundai-made fuel cell modules. HTWO, as a fuel cell system-based hydrogen business brand of Hyundai Motor Group, was first released in December 2020. It’s the first outcome of the partnership signed by Iveco Group and Hyundai in March 2022.

HTWO is Iveco Bus fuel cell modules provider

With its fuel cell technology utilized in Hyundai FCEVs, HTWO is expanding the provision of fuel cell technology to other automobile OEMs and non-automobile sectors to make hydrogen available for everything. Moving forward quickly to spearhead the mobility of the future, IVECO BUS is already participating in European tenders for fuel cell buses powered by HTWO.

Furthermore, the recently announced plan to restart production of buses in Italy will provide another opportunity to manufacture new buses powered by HTWO’s hydrogen fuel cells. This initiative aims to leverage the exceptional technology and competencies of both entities in the urgently needed renewal of Italy’s public transport.

Domenico Nucera, President of the Bus Business Unit at Iveco Group, said: “By collaborating with an industry leader like HTWO, built upon Hyundai’s 20-plus years of experience in hydrogen fuel cell technology, we at IVECO BUS can respond rapidly to customer requests for zero-emission vehicles powered by cutting- edge propulsion technology. We have already started submitting public tenders for hydrogen-powered buses and will continue in the coming months; as we go on playing our leading role in the energy transition of Europe’s mass passenger transport segment.”

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