A road map for zero emission, fuel cell electric buses in California

Over the next decade, fuel cell electric buses will be deployed as the zero emissions solution for the toughest transit applications in every bus type and for every climate and terrain any day of the year.

The smallest paratransit shuttles will extend into long-range rural routes, and the largest over-the-road buses will connect communities across mountain passes and through deserts using fuel cell electric buses (FCEBs) fuelled by carbon-free and renewable hydrogen.

That’s the 2029 vision of the California Fuel Cell Partnership’s (CaFCP’s) second bus road map released yesterday.

CaFCP members envision a minimum growth path from 100 FCEBs ordered in 2020 to more than 25% of total zero emission buses ordered by 2029, including the supporting fuelling infrastructure.

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