Zero Emission Bus Conference 2018 brings together battery and fuel cell buses to find solutions for zero emission society
The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU, http://www.fch.europa.eu/) has published a new study on the joint procurement of fuel cell buses, with the aim of further facilitating the deployment of fuel cell buses in Europe.
The study worked with 90 different European cities and regions on the business case for the deployment of fuel cell buses and identified a potential demand for over 1,500 buses in these locations.
In the Netherlands, different actions are being taken for the introduction of zero emission fuel cell buses in public transport.
28th february 2018
Belgian bus manufacturer has announced on the 28th of February that it has received an order for 40 fuel cell buses for Germany. This is the biggest order for fuel cell buses a manufacturer has ever received in Europe.
The order has been placed in the framework of the JIVE project, which will deploy 139 new fuel cell buses in five countries in Europe. The buses will be delivered to Germany: 30 buses will be deployed in Cologne and the remaining 10 will de deployed in Wuppertal.
PRESS RELEASE - Brussels, 25 th January 2018
The fuel cell bus sector in Europe has this week received a tremendous boost with the launch of the JIVE 2 project (Second Joint Initiative for hydrogen Vehicles across Europe).
Route ONE, a buses and coaches magasine, has recently published an article on fuel cell buses entitled 'Today's niche, tomorrow's mainstream'.
The magasine's team visited the WrightBus factory and had the chance to discover WrightBus' new double decker fuel cell bus.
The full article is available here.
A White Paper on the commercialisation of fuel cell buses in Europe has been published in October 2017.