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Brussels to add a new hydrogen bus to its roads
© Worthington Industries
Brussels to add a new hydrogen bus to its roads
© Worthington Industries

Brussels to add a new hydrogen bus to its roads

A new hydrogen-powered bus has been delivered to Brussels public transport company STIB-MIVB to decarbonise the road mobility sector.

Powered by Worthington Industries’ hydrogen cylinders, Belgian bus maker Van Hool delivered the 12-metre-long bus which is now set to be trialled through a series of test over the coming years to test its suitability.

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