The hydrogen-fueled bus has been introduced in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia.
Hydrogen-fueled vehicles derive their power from electricity, just like electric cars. However, there is no battery in hydrogen vehicles. These vehicles get their electrical energy from the hydrogen in them.
Using hydrogen instead of fossil fuels such as gasoline and diesel is one of the best solutions to reduce carbon dioxide. For this reason, some manufacturers are developing this technology further.
Introduced the hydrogen bus in Croatia
According to AA news, the hydrogen-fueled bus has just been introduced in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The hydrogen-powered bus, the first example in the country, was presented in front of the Nikola Tesla Museum of Technology.
The statement issued by the Municipality of Zagreb stated that 20 of the buses, which were introduced with the aim of reducing carbon emissions, are intended to be put on the road in 2024 and to establish two hydrogen filling stations.
The head of the Croatian Hydrogen Association Frano Barbier stated that there are 200 hydrogen-powered buses in some European cities, and hydrogen should be used not because it is cheaper than fossil fuels, but because it does not emit harmful gases.
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