September 5, 2013
Eight projects were selected to receive a share of FY2012 funds through the National Fuel Cell Bus Program, which has provided nearly $90 million since 2006 to speed the development of fuel-cell technology
April 3, 2012
The funds, shared by Calstart in Pasadena, Calif.; the Center for Transportation and the Environment in Atlanta; and the Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium in Boston, will go to 11 research and demonstration projects.
December 21, 2010
The purpose of the program is to facilitate the development of commercially viable fuel-cell bus technologies and increase public acceptance of the fuel-cell vehicles.
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