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February 28, 2012

CT Transit purchases fuel-cell system

Will provide 400 kilowatts of power to the agency’s 330,000-square-foot headquarters facility. Thermal energy from the fuel cell will be used to preheat two boilers that support the building's primary heating system.


December 5, 2011

Calif.'s SunLine receives grant for more fuel-cell buses

Under this new award, Ballard will supply FCvelocityTM-HD6 power modules for ElDorado fuel-cell hybrid buses featuring a series hybrid-electric drive from lead integrator BAE Systems. These buses are expected to be operational in 2013.


March 14, 2011

U. of South Carolina looking to use fuel-cell bus

Forging a partnership with Ford, the Columbia City Council, and the federal Department of Energy to transport disabled students around campus for one year.


December 17, 2010

London launches U.K.'s first hydrogen tour bus

The bus has been called a “stepping stone” to rolling out the clean technology across the country. The first bus is running on a tourist route.


March 2, 2010

Ballard fuel cells to power SunLine buses

One 40-foot hybrid fuel-cell New Flyer bus will enter regular transit service in 2010, and an El Dorado fuel-cell hybrid bus will be operational in 2011 at the Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based agency.


March 11, 2009

AC Transit orders 4 more UTC Power fuel cell systems

Operation is currently operating three Van Hool hybrid-electric buses with UTC Power fuel cell systems. Since 2006, it has purchased fuel cell powerplants exclusively from UTC Power and is the company’s largest PureMotion customer.


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