Bus operator Arriva will welcome ten new hydrogen buses into its Netherlands fleet later this year in what is its biggest investment in hydrogen power yet.
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Bergen's bus fleet is now totally fossil fuel free as Keolis launched its new vehicles this week, which it says will save 50 tonnes of CO2 per year per bus.
The goal of the project is to improve the safety of passengers and drivers of buses in city traffic, as well as help operators with manoeuvres on bus depot premises. The new system will also ensure optimal energy consumption by the vehicles.
ATM Milano intends to be operating no diesel buses by 2030 and they have bought 250 electric buses from Solaris, thought to cost in excess of €192 million. The first batch of 40 buses will be delivered in June 2020.
Aiming for a 100 per cent clean bus fleet, RATP, will begin testing hydrogen fuel buses in early 2020 in real-world operating conditions.
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Electric buses are more economical in use, they are noise and emission-free, and it is these vehicles that, according to Solaris, represent the future of city transport.
Bus manufacturer Solaris will be amongst many demonstrating electric buses and the accompanying technologies at InnoTrans 2018.