HyFleet: FlixMobility, Freudenberg and ZF to build Europe´s first green hydrogen long distance bus

November 11, 2021

 FlixMobility, the leading tech-mobility company for sustainable and intermodal mobility, takes part in the recently started research project HyFleet together with its partners Freudenberg Fuel Cell e-Power Systems and ZF Friedrichshafen AG. The project consortium recently received the official “UIA” (a non-binding letter of intent) confirmation by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. It focuses on the development of a high-performance fuel cell system for long-distance buses to bring sustainable and CO2-free mobility to life. Upon development of this technology, FlixMobility plans to test and launch fuel cell powered buses in long-distance traffic until 2024 in Europe to set new standards. The climate NGO atmosfair is involved as an associated partner and a European bus manufacturer will also join the project in the future.

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