Fuel cell bus pledge

Fuel Cell Buses
Aberdeen is participating in High V.LO-City with four buses manufactured by Van Hool, © Aberdeen City Council, HyER

More than 370 people came to the city of Cologne to attend the European Zero Emission Bus Conference, or ZEB for short. The event, which took place from Nov. 27 through Nov. 28, 2018, was a follow-up to the initial conference in London in 2016 and gave attendees the opportunity to keep up with advancements in fuel cell bus technology and tout upcoming projects.

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Mayors searching for fuel cell buses

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Pau hydrogen bus station, © ITM Power

If there was one thing that the Diesel Summit made abundantly clear, it was the lack of zero-emission, or even low-emission, cars on the German market. The 28 mayors who met with interim chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Nov. 28, 2017, were faced with a dilemma. They would like to purchase electric buses and promote electric cabs, but there aren’t any on the market, at least in Germany.

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On Course for Low-Carbon Society

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Horzetzky, Herbert, Mazas, Scholten, Franc, Milkiewicz in Mülheim, (from left), © CEP

The German H2 infrastructure is growing steadily. Early this year, Linde expanded its offering around Munich by turning the Linde Hydrogen Center in Unterschleissheim into a public refueling station. What had previously been the industrial gas supplier’s hydrogen R&D facility has been used since Jan. 12 to fill up fuel cell cars such as the ones owned by Linde’s subsidiary BeeZero.

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