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Two hydrogen buses for Queensland

Two hydrogen buses for Queensland

The University of Queensland will add two hydrogen fuel cells buses to its fleet by 2022.

Thought to be the first of their kind in the state, the buses will be introduced with support from the Queensland Government’s Hydrogen Industry Development Fund.

According to Professor Peta Ashworth, the buses’ emissions are 60-70% lower than the diesel-powered intercampus shuttle buses they will replace.

Professor Ashworth, said, “They will cut about 100 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions per year.”

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