Wrightbus signs deal down under

UK bus manufacturer Wrightbus has announced today (May 11), it has signed a ‘landmark deal’ with the Australian bus body builder, Volgren, to provide its hydrogen fuel cell powertrain technology.

The vehicles are set to be trialled in Australia, where it is hoped they will form part of the country’s push towards hydrogen power.

Volgren has already produced close to 10,000 bus bodies, including battery electric. The partnership could prove important in Australia’s green energy transition in the mobility sector.

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