Ballard tapped to provide hydrogen fuel cells to two projects

Fuel cell developer will supply energy systems to projects supported by the Federal Transit Administration Ballard Power Systems, a prominent developer of hydrogen fuel cells, has announced that it will be supplying 10 of its FCvelocity-HD6 fuel cell modules to two projects involved in the Federal Transit Administration’s Low and No Emission Vehicle Deployment Program. These projects have been awarded funding from the federal agency because of their use of fuel cell buses, which consume hydrogen. Ballard Power Systems will be working with BAE Systems, a developer of hybrid drive…

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BAE Systems to participate in US hydrogen fuel initiative

Federal hydrogen fuel initiative aims to commercialize hydrogen-powered buses BAE Systems, a British defense, security, and aerospace company, is one of the recipients of funding from a new initiative launched by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The federal agency’s latest initiative involves hydrogen fuel and how it can be used in various transportation applications. While BAE Systems has long operated in the realm of security, the company also has some dealings in the transit sector; having developed its own hydrogen-powered bus that the Department of Transportation believes could help commercialize…

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CTE to send hydrogen fuel vehicle to Connecticut

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Hydrogen fuel continues to grab attention in public transit The Center for Transportation and the Environment (CTE), a non-profit organization based in Georgia responsible for the research and development of clean technologies and their use in transportation, has finalized an agreement with Connecticut Transit (CTTRANSIT), the public transit agency of Connecticut. Through the agreement, CTE will provide Connecticut with a 40-foot bus that utilizes hydrogen fuel. The bus itself exists to showcase the capabilities of hydrogen fuel in the field of public transportation and has already been put to service…

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