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Where Are All Of The Hydrogen Fuel Cell School Buses?

Now that hydrogen fuel cell buses have become more commonplace, I need to ask the question where are all of the hydrogen fuel cell school buses? One of the many advantages of traditional hydrogen fuel cell passenger buses (besides being greener running and involving less maintenance) is that they are …

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Two SunLine Fuel Cell Buses Delivered in Palm Springs, CA

Two new SunLine buses powered by a Ballard FCvelocity®-HD6 fuel cell system were delivered recently in the Thousand Palms / Palm Springs area of California. According to Ballard, “These new buses evolve the previously deployed American Fuel Cell Bus (AFCB) configuration, which was first introduced with SunLine Transit Agency in …

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Scotland Launches Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Fleet

Yesterday I talked about Hyundai FCEVs rolling off the ships in California and today I want to talk about a hydrogen fleet rolling out in Scotland. In May 2013 I last talked about the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project. At that time it was expected that the £20-million project would bring …

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Whistler Fuel Cell Bus Fleet Calls It Quits

After 4 ½ years of service, the Whistler hydrogen fuel cell bus fleet is calling it quits and bringing with it the British Columbia, Canada hydrogen highway system. The reason for this government shutdown of clean, green public transportation was cited as cost. So, what is the next step? Backwards, …

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Cleveland Gets a Demo H2 Bus – GOhio!

Cleveland, the butt of many jokes over the years, has been cleaning up their image lately. Here’s a random Cleveland joke to illustrate my point. Q: What are the only two seasons in Cleveland? A: Winter and Construction. Though it may be cold in Cleveland, Ohio this time of year, …

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Hop on the Hydrogen Bus Gus in Hawaii

In just a couple of months, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park will be using two hydrogen hybrid buses to take tourists to local volcanoes. As singer Paul Simon says, “Hop on the bus, Gus, don’t need to discuss much …” According to the Hawaii Tribune Herald, “The hope is that …

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