Sustainable mobility: European consortium of hydrogen buses established

The target to deploy 1,000 fuel cell vehicles on the roads across the Continent. EU to allocate €40 M

To deploy 1,000 hydrogen buses and related refueling infrastructure. It is the target of H2Bus Consortium, a consortium for fuel cell buses established a few days ago by Everfuel, Wrightbus, Ballard Power Systems, Hexagon Composites, Nel Hydrogen and Ryse Hydrogen.
“It is essential that commercial players join forces to realize the true zero-emission mobility society,” says David Barnett, Business Development Director at Wrightbus, and “hydrogen is an ideal solution.”
The first phase of the project, totaling 600 buses, is supported by €40 million from the EU’s CEF funds (Connecting Europe Facility).
“The consortium will provide the complete package,” underlines CEO at Everfuel, Jacob Krogsgaard, as “we will offer the most affordable zero-emission buses to meet the demand of the largest cities of Europe.”

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11 June 2019 - 09:29 CEST