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May 19, 2014

Ballard, partners debut fuel-cell bus at UC Irvine

Signed an agreement with CALSTART to deploy the vehicle in 2015 with partners BAE Systems, ElDorado National and the university.


October 3, 2013

Ballard signs $11 million Chinese fuel-cell bus deal

FCvelocity-HD7 will be the next-generation of Ballard’s fuel-cell power module, designed specifically for integration into bus applications.


January 12, 2011

FTA awards DesignLine fuel cell demo grant

The grant's focus combines company's existing lightweight chassis and robust, mature hybrid-drive train system with an advanced Ballard fuel cell, further chassis mass improvement research and next generation component development.


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