Hydrogen is the fuel used by fuel cells in order to generate the electricity needed to power buses. The generated electricity can be stored in batteries on board the bus.
Hydrogen fuel cell buses are an emerging technology in response to decarbonisation efforts as well as goals to reduce emissions within built-up areas.
This section lists suppliers who supply hydrogen, manufacture fuel cells or who provide any other product or service associated with fuel cell technology for buses.
BAE Systems is collaborating with Plug Power, to offer hydrogen-based electric propulsion systems for transit bus fleets.
Beijing IN-Power will integrate Loop Energy's proprietary eFlow® fuel cell modules into Skywell vehicles in Nanjing, China.
Leclanché SA has developed a new, high energy 65 Ah lithium-ion pouch cell to meet the demands of bus manufacturers seeking increased range.
Ballard Power Systems has announced that it has received follow-on purchase orders from Wrightbus, for a total of 50 fuel cell modules.
The StasHH consortium (Standard-Sized Heavy-duty Hydrogen) consists of 25 leading organisations in the hydrogen sector.
Ballard Power Systems has announced purchase orders from Solaris, for 10 Ballard FCmove™ fuel cell modules to power 10 buses Europe.
The aim of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance is to scale-up, by 2030, the production and deployment of hydrogen as a fuel.