News

3Emotion at TEN-T Days in Rotterdam

Together with other Fuel Cell bus projects 3Emotion promoted Fuel Cell buses for clean public transport on the TEN-T days in Rotterdam.

3Emotion shared a stand with other fuel cell bus projects, such as CHIC, HighVLOCity, H2Nodes, ...

A Fuel Cell bus was demosntrated, as it was used as shuttle bus, to bring participants from and to the central station.

 

3 Dutch regions expressed their commitment for the upscaling of fuel cell electric buses in their region

The Dutch provinces of Groningen, South-Holland and the Metropolitan Region Rotterdam-The Hague have signed a Letter of Intent during the TEN-T Days in Rotterdam and expressed their commitment for the upscaling of fuel cell electric buses in their region. For these public transport authorities (PTOs), the signing marks a milestone in the roadmap towards clean buses in public transport.

Van Hool delivers two fuel cell buses for London

Van Hool, an independent designer of buses, coaches and industrial vehicles, has entered into a contract with Transport for London (TfL) in the UK for the construction of two latest generation hydrogen buses. This new contract falls within the scope of 3Emotion. The hydrogen bus, which converts hydrogen into electricity, is currently one of the most environmentally friendly public transport vehicles: it offers local zero emissions (absolutely no harmful emissions or CO2) and significantly reduced noise levels.

As the Cop 21 starts, CHIC, a flagship zero emission bus project saves over four million litres of fuel

Press release, CHIC, Brussels 30 november 2015

As the COP21 starts, CHIC (Clean Hydrogen in European Cities), a flagship zero emission bus project saves over four million litres of fuel and demonstrates that the fuel cell bus technology is ready to underpin the decarbonisation of our urban centres.

Fuel Cell Bus at Zero-emission symposium Haarlem (Nl)

Fuel cell bus De Lijn (Antwerp) visits Haarlem (Netherlands)

The 16th of september more than 70 people (from industry, politics, environmental organisations, ...) attented the the evening symposium on zero-emission public transport in Haarlem.

The fuel cell bus of Van Hool, in daily service at the Flemish public tranport company De Lijn in Antwerp, transported the enthousiastic participants from the central station to the City Hall in Haarlem.

Pages