H2X to supply hydrogen buses and waste truck; Cellcentric selects Weilheim

With the first fuelling station set in Trelleborg in January 2023, these initiatives support transforming the vehicle sector in this region.

H2X & Trelleborg Municipality has signed an MoU to develop the city’s first-ever hydrogen high floor buses and a waste truck in collaboration with local energy company Trelleborg Energi.

The new environmentally friendly bus will be the first of the proposed high floor buses and the first from H2X Global in Europe. The new buses will have both hydrogen fuel cells and supercapacitors for use as a school bus across the city and outer regions.

The non-binding MOU between H2X and the Trelleborg Municipality creates additional jobs in Sweden as the production of commercial vehicles for Trelleborg will come from H2X’s European HQ based in Sweden, where the full production and service is located, increasing further volume to the recent awarded MoU with the City of Gothenburg.

H2X is paving the way for commercial vehicles across the Nordics and have signed the MoU with Trelleborg Municipality in a Joint Initiative for Hydrogen Buses for the school program.

Cellcentric fuel cell series production at Weilheim

Cellcentric selected Weilheim, Germany, for the fuel cell systems plant and named the future plant KLIMA|WERK Weilheim. As the name already suggests, Cellcentric is committed to its desired location an der Teck with KLIMA|WERK Weilheim.

It plans to include around 450 new additional jobs, ecologically designed green spaces to compensate for the loss of land, and the use and provision of waste heat in the Rosenloh industrial park and adjoining areas, made possible by the green hydrogen production.

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: 02081237815
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