Second report released on FC buses in Whistler, Canada
The US National Renewable Energy Lab, NREL released a second report on the fuel cel buses that were running until recently in British Columbia's bus services.. More info >>
High V.LO-City featured among Flanders transport innovators
De iCleantech Vlaanderen organisation publishes regularly on key innovators in Flanders
Region of Zealand in Denmark features High V.LO-City project
Taking advantage of the more tranquil summer months in Brussels, the representative office of the region of Zealand in Denmark featured the High V.LO-City project prominently.. More info >>
Shape content of Hydrogen Student Design Context
The Hydrogen Student Design Contest's annual competition has since 2004 reached over 1,000 university-level students worldwide, engaging them in the design of hydrogen and.. More info >>
Hydrogen buses come to all Energy Conference
Key industry and public sector organisations have joined together to demonstrate Europe’s largest integrated hydrogen project More info >>
Fuel cell buses: it all started in California…
So started the presentation of Paul Jenne coordinator of High V.LO-City made at the Hannover fair on 10 April 2014. So Mr Jenne: "I all started.. More info >>
EU Parliament Transport Committee approves new Alternative Fuels Directive text
On 1 April 2014, the European Parliament Transport Committee approved the text agreed upon by the EP and the Council on the Directive on the.. More info >>
Hydrogen infrastructure commissioned in the three sites
The project High V.LO-City has just reached a major step: the remaining hydrogen refueling station of the three sites, in San Remo,  has been commissioned,.. More info >>
European Parliament and Council reach informal agreement on alternative fuels for transport
Today, 26 March, the members states' representatives endorsed the informal compromise reached between the Council and the European Parliament last week (Thursday 20 March) on.. More info >>
Fuel Cell Buses in U.S. Transit Fleets: Current Status 2013
This report is the seventh in an annual series of reports that summarize the progress of fuel cell electric bus (FCEB) development in the United.. More info >>