GOLDI Mobility Kft has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance.
The Hungarian company’s membership follows its fuel cell electric bus development efforts in Hungary, a first of its kind for the country.
In addition to the hydrogen fuel cell bus project, GOLDI has recently unveiled its involvement in a hydrogen drone project, alongside its zero emission mobility support partner Hy-Hybrid Energy.
Today (6th Jan) its commitment to the alliance further strengthens its commitment to hydrogen, both in Hungary and across Europe.
“We are pleased to join the EU Clean Hydrogen Alliance with an intention to support its members with our extensive experience in the manufacturing sector along with zero emission mobility support,” said Ferenc Kovacs, CEO, GOLDI Mobility Kft.
Launched last year, the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance is set to facilitate the implementation of actions of the EU Hydrogen Strategy.
By building up a clear and concrete pipeline of renewable hydrogen projects and investment plans, the Alliance will play a crucial role in achieving the commitment of the EU to become carbon-neutral by 2050.