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Hydrogen bus drives through Croatia!

On 1 December, the final event of the Central and Eastern Europe Bus roadshow (CEE) in Croatia was held at the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum. This hydrogen bus roadshow was organised in the framework of the JIVE2 project, co-financed by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, which aims to promote the commercialisation of hydrogen-powered buses by procuring and deploying 300 buses in Europe.

A hydrogen-powered bus drives through Slovenia

A CaetanoBus hydrogen fuel cell bus started its 7-day tour of Slovenia on 17 November in Tolmin with an environmental consultation on the possibilities of using hydrogen technologies for bus transport, organised by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Northern Primorska region and attended by representatives of municipalities, universities, hydrogen associations and hydrogen professionals from several EU countries.

The Polish city of Poznań acquires 25 Solaris hydrogen buses

Public transport operator MPK Poznań has purchased 25 Solaris hydrogen fuel cell buses. Poznań already has 58 Solaris electric buses, representing almost 20% of its fleet. The new Urbino 12 hydrogen buses will join Poznań's zero-emission fleet in the second half of 2023.

The buses will be refuelled with hydrogen at a hydrogen refuelling station located at a petrol station on Warszawska Street in Poznań.

Innsbruck started testing a hydrogen-powered bus

The Innsbruck public transport operator Innsbrucker Verkehrsbetriebe (IVB) announced that a hydrogen-powered bus is being tested.

The company plans to use a Solaris Urbino 12 Hydrogen on various lines in the city and the region in the next few weeks to obtain comprehensive conclusions about the daily range.

Source: Mein Bezirk.

Bratislava to deploy Slovakia's first public transport fleet with hydrogen buses

Bratislava's public transport operator, Dopravný Podnik Bratislava (DPB), will be the first to operate a fleet of hydrogen-powered buses in Slovakia. The Ministry of Investment approved the project to purchase low-emission buses for the capital and signed an agreement with DPB on a non-refundable financial contribution.

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