Transport and Refuelling Infrastructure

CHIC

The CHIC project is a flagship zero emission bus project demonstrating the readiness of fuel cell electric buses for widespread commercial deployment, thus offering a solution for cities to decarbonise their public transport fleet and tackle local air pollution. CHIC involves 23 partners from 8 countries. In total, 56 fuel cell electric buses have been operated within the project in daily service, in eight cities – Aargau (CH), Bozen (IT), London (UK), Milan (IT) , Oslo (NO), Cologne (DE), Hamburg (DE) and Whistler (CA) – emitting nothing but water vapour at the tailpipe. In addition, 4...

NextHyLights

NextHyLights is a Supporting Action of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) to prepare large-scale hydrogen vehicle demonstration in Europe. In parallel to already existing demonstration projects (Lighthouse Projects) NextHyLights is assisting the FCH JU to prepare the next consequent step, the planning and preparation of further large-scale demonstration projects for next-generation hydrogen vehicle fleets at additional demo sites across Europe. NextHyLights is working in close cooperation with and under the supervision of FCH JU to develop a strategy (consolidated work...

H2moves Scandinavia

Electric vehicles with fuel cells that run on hydrogen are one among several sustainable supplements to fossil fuels enabling the same convenient transportation as today. European project H2moves Scandinavia sets out to gain customer acceptance for electric vehicles with fuel cells in Scandinavia. It is the first large scale demonstration project supported by the newly established European Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking Programme. Support is also given from both Danish and Norwegian (Transnova) national funds.   The project objectives are to: Roll-out latest state-of...

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