VANCOUVER — B.C. Transit has plans to get rid of 20 hydrogen fuel-cell buses purchased and used for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, reported CBC News.
The agency is now taking bids on the buses and will either sell them off or have them converted to use diesel or other fuel. They have been in storage for several months. The decision to kill the fleet reportedly has Canada's hydrogen proponents fuming. For the full story, click here.