Zagreb to become Croatia’s first city to introduce hydrogen buses

Croatia’s capital Zagreb is set to become the country’s first city to introduce hydrogen in its public urban transport.

A fleet of 20 hydrogen-powered buses are expected to hit roads by June (2021) and work will begin soon on developing a detailed programme of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

“I can proudly say that together with our colleagues and partners, we are working on comprehensive preparation for the introduction of clean and sustainable technologies without greenhouse gas emissions in our ZET – one of the key links of Zagreb infrastructure,” said Jelena Pavičić Vukičević, Mayor of Zagreb.

“This project is the beginning of a strong investment and modernisation cycle for ZET in in the context of promoting clean and sustainable technologies without emissions, in full compliance with all local and national strategies and guidelines on the topic.”

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