Flemish government acquires 5 hydrogen fuel cell buses

The Flemish government has approved the decision to buy 386 buses to replace the oldest and most polluting vehicles with more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly ones. Five hydrogen fuel cell buses will also be integrated into De Lijn’s fleet. The buses are part of the EU co-funded High V.LO-City project
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Bus study “urban buses: alternative power trains for Europe”

On 6 December 2012, the Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) which supported a study on the alternative powertrain technologies available for buses in Europe in 2012-2030, officially presented the main outcomes. The study was conducted by McKinsey & Company and over 40 companies and government organisations participated (including Van Hool bus supplier and High V.LO-City project Coordinator).
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