Local public transport plays a pivotal role when it comes to achieving zero-emissions. In the medium term, entire fleets of municipal buses could be electrified. The main driving force behind this trend is the emission limits set at EU level specifically for the bus segment. Fuel cell buses are already in test operation around the world.
Rapid refueling is an essential prerequisite for multi-shift bus operations. In rural areas, suitability for long-distance deployment is an additional requirement. Fuel cell technology puts bus transport in the fast lane and is more than just a viable "alternative" drive system for the future.
Our fuel cell stacks bring together a host of best-in-class properties: they boast a very high level of power density, while also offering the advantages of compact design and low weight. Production is fully compliant with current automotive standards in order to meet the most far-reaching quality requirements. The high efficiency results in low hydrogen consumption. This ensures highly competitive operating costs, as well as considerable savings in respect of total cost of ownership (TCO).
High power density
Compact design and low weight
Cost savings due to lower hydrogen consumption