Ten hydrogen-powered trolleybuses are now running across Riga, Latvia, as part of the H2Nodes international project.
Travel service company Rīgas Satiksme has said the new trolleybuses, which have a driving range of 150km on a single refill, are now carrying passengers on its route number four.
The announcement follows the opening of the Baltics first hydrogen filling station which went into testing earlier this month.
“In mid-February this year, representatives of Nel Hydrogen arrived from Denmark to fulfil the last equipment adjustment works,” said Jānis Golubevs, Board Member of Rigas Satiksme.
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