The JIVE2 project is excited to announce the launch of its second hydrogen bus tour, taking place in Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, and Poland. Starting in September 2023, the bus tour will include a series of national workshops, test drives, and encounters with the general public as well as local stakeholders.
- Fleet of 20 buses from Wrightbus to be deployed in the Crawley, Horley and Gatwick Airport area by The Go-Ahead Group.
- A further 34 vehicles will join the fleet over the next 18 months to create one of Britain’s largest hydrogen bus fleets.
- The station is the first liquid hydrogen refuelling station for buses in Europe.
- Launch event on 29 June attended by the Minister for Roads and Local Transport and stakeholders from across the region.
The first JIVE roadshow aimed to deploy a hydrogen bus roadshow across Central Eastern European cities interested in fuel cell technology, namely in Slovenia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. The roadshow has been a real opportunity for identified cities to trial the technology and understand the reality of hydrogen transportation.
The first roadshow in numbers"
Iveco Group opened its new plant in Foggia, Italy, where battery and fuel cell buses will be manufactured, among other products. The new plant was inaugurated eight months after the foundation stone was laid.
Carburos Metálicos, a leading company in the industrial and medical gases sector in Spain that is part of the Air Products Group, has successfully completed its participation in the circulation and refueling test of a hydrogen bus carried out by the Empresa Municipal de Transportes (EMT) de Valencia.