Sinosynergy launches hydrogen fuel cell coach in Europe

The European debut is its entry into the European market and beyond.

Sinosynergy has launched the first Hydrogen Fuel Cell Journey Coach in Europe at IAA Transportation 2022 in Hannover, Germany.

Customized for the European market in compliance with EU standards, the coach can carry up to 53 passengers. It can travel more than 500km with a regular refuel time that can be as short as 5 minutes. The zero-carbon-emission coach is more environmentally friendly and powered by superior hydrogen fuel-cell systems. Together with partners, Sinosynergy is planning to offer this coach to European, Southeast Asian and American markets.

Sinosynergy is also displaying its several industry-leading products, from flexible graphite bipolar plates, fuel cell stacks to systems. For example, Synstack GIII is the world’s leading plate stack, and its single-stack output power exceeds 200kW, featuring highly adaptable to low-temperature and harsh environments.

SynRoad H240 Fuel Cell System is the first to adopt the modular design concept in the industry and features a peak power of 270kW, its design standard covers scenarios such as road transport, rail transport, ships, movable power stations and fixed power generation.

The ever-increasing focus on green solutions and carbon neutrality help shape the company’s strategic direction. Sinosynergy has expanded its product portfolios across the hydrogen value chain.

The company’s line-up is on the road in hydrogen fuel cell buses, trucks, forklifts, and trains with field-proven operation footprints. Moreover, there has been increasing project development in stationary power generation systems.

Cynthia Zhu, CEO of Sinosynergy International, said, “Going forward, we would like to work closely with our international partners to contribute to hydrogen technology development and jointly build a cleaner and greener future.”

Zohaib Ali

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