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More hydrogen bus deployments planned for China

More hydrogen bus deployments planned for China

Nanjing, China is one step close to reaching its goal of having a 300-vehicle fleet powered by hydrogen.

The news is a result of Loop Energy today (28th April) receiving an order for ten of its eFlow® fuel cell modules to power hydrogen buses that are set to run across the city.

Skywell New Energy Vehicles Group placed the order with Loop Energy as part of the second phase of a previously announced Memorandum of Understanding between the Lishui Economic Development Zone of Nanjing and Beijing IN-Power.

Beijing IN-Power is Loop Energy’s China-based joint venture partner supplying fuel cell engines.

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