HyBatt Bus: Emission-free H2 fuel cell drive

The EU's Clean Vehicle Directive stipulates that 45 percent of buses in Germany's regional public transport system must be low-emission by the end of 2025, and at least half of them should even have a completely emission-free drive system. In order to improve air quality in cities and regions and at the same time strengthen climate protection, this directive must be taken into account when awarding public transport contracts as early as mid-2021. However, it is also possible to convert buses from existing fleets. Clean Logistics offers the HyBatt bus conversion concept with state-of-the-art hydrogen fuel cell technology for this purpose.

Converting existing vehicles to HyBatt Buses offers several advantages at once. The use of many resources is reduced during conversion compared to manufacturing a new vehicle, making it the most economical and ecologically sound solution. In addition, bus drivers do not have to adapt to a new type of vehicle. This is because there are currently no products on offer from the most frequently used manufacturers in this country, which means that when new buses are purchased, they would first have to turn to other manufacturers. In addition, this solution makes it possible for large transport companies to convert their series-production vehicles themselves at a later date at their own depots. This safeguards jobs in these workshops and enables the companies to handle larger volumes.

Transport companies that want to convert their buses to zero-emission drive systems in accordance with the new "Clean Vehicle Directive" can apply for funding to do so, and a large part of the additional investment costs will be reimbursed. We will be happy to advise you on this.

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