Three hydrogen double decker buses set for Dublin
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Three hydrogen double decker buses set for Dublin

The National Transport Authority (NTA), working with Bus Éireann, has delivered three new hydrogen fuel cell double-decker buses that will initially be used on commuter services in the Greater Dublin Area, Ireland.

The three Wrightbus Streetdeck Hydrogen FCEV’s have been purchased by the NTA to decarbonise its operations and will go into service next week on Bus Éireann’s route 105X, which runs between Dublin and Ratoath, County Meath.

The hydrogen buses, manufactured by Bamford Bus Company, will be subject to in-service evaluation as part of an alternative fuels technology pilot being undertaken by the NTA in collaboration with Bus Éireann.

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