City bus and commuter rail fuel cell applications are ramping up in option because in short, they are so compelling. They provide a zero-emission solution alternative to conventional fleets, while providing the same passenger experience without critical air contaminants and without greenhouse gases.
The operator can deliver the same performance, range, top speed and fuelling time they enjoy with their current fleet. And, as we’ve seen in several reports recently, we have a line of sight to a lower total cost of ownership by the end of the decade.
That’s what we’ve just heard in one of the first sessions after lunch at f-cell+HFC 2020 in the Buses and Rail panel, as H2 View continues its live coverage of the digital event.
First to the virtual stage was Dr. Naveed Akhtar, CEO of Hy-Hybrid Energy. The Scottish clean energy company is involved in a first-of-its-kind fuel cell bus project in Hungary: GOLDiON.
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