SunLine Transit brings hydrogen fuel cell bus total to 26 with new order

November 5, 2021

Five new hydrogen fuel cell buses are set for California, US, with SunLine Transit Agency ordering further zero-emission vehicles to bolster its capabilities in the state.

Revealed today (Nov 5), New Flyer of America (NFI) will provide its forty-foot fuel cell-electric Xcelsior CHARGE H2™ heavy-duty transit buses with the purchase bringing SunLine’s total zero-emission fleet to 26 fuel cell-electric vehicles.

SunLine primarily provides a bus service for the Coachella Valley in California with the hydrogen fuel cell fleet set to support the company in delivering over four million annual passenger trips.

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