High.VLO-City buses in Antwerp – delivery coming soon!
In Antwerp, 5 fuel cell buses will operate in the city's public transport network and in the villages around the city. The buses are currently in.. More info >>
Updates from Aberdeen
In Aberdeen , the hydrogen bus project (which combines founding from the FCH-JU, the UK and the Scottish government)s will deliver a hydrogen infrastructure in.. More info >>
Bus updates from San Remo
In San Remo, 3 buses have arrived in September 2013 More info >>
Latest fuel cell buses development in Antwerp
In Antwerp, the 5 buses are planned to be delivered beginning of January  2014 More info >>
Busworld’s academy workshop: High V.LO-City on the spot
Busworld Kortrijk is an international bus and coach fair, which is taking place from 18 to 23 october in Kortrijk More info >>
First bus delivery in the project, in San Remo!
Two out of the three Van Hool buses planned for delivery have arrived in Imperia (Liguria) More info >>
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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High V.LO-City project in Aberdeen
Aberdeen is a partner of the EU co-funded High V.LO-City project and has joined a number of key industry and public sector players to demonstrate the EU’s largest integrated renewable hydrogen project. Utilising Scotland’s abundance of wind energy, the project will both allow the greater development of renewable energy. The hydrogen buses are expected to be operational by 2014 in Aberdeen.
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Aberdeen hydrogen bus project announced by First Minister Alex Salmond
On 14 August 2012, First Minister Alex Salmond gave the green light for a pioneering clean energy hub in Scotland, including Europe's largest hydrogen bus.. More info >>