20 hydrogen buses ordered for two Dutch provinces

20 hydrogen buses ordered for two Dutch provinces

Netherlands public transport company Qbuzz has ordered 20 hydrogen fuel cell buses from Belgian manufacturer Van Hool for use in Groningen and Drente.

Scheduled to go into operation in December 2020, the buses will be used on intercity routes in the two provinces in the north of the country.

Qbuzz has also awarded Shell the contract to build a hydrogen station in the city of Groningen and to supply the hydrogen.

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