Dublin to trial hydrogen-powered bus

Dublin’s first hydrogen-powered bus will soon begin trials in the capital city, Hydrogen Mobility Ireland confirmed today (10th Nov).

Marking the first hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle to be put into public service operation in Ireland, the bus will be developed by bus and coach manufacturer CaetanoBus and powered by a 60kW Toyota fuel cell stack.

Once operational, the H2.CityGold vehicle will run on green hydrogen produced in Dublin by BOC Ireland, using renewable electricity and water.

“BOC is delighted to be part of Ireland’s first hydrogen powered bus trial. As a Linde company we’ve installed nearly 200 hydrogen refuelling stations worldwide and successfully fuelled over 1.5 million hydrogen vehicles,” said Andreas Bieringer, Director of BOC Ireland.

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