On September 12, 2017, the first fuel cell bus event in Denmark will take place in Copenhagen.
Buses in public transport are a significant source of pollution, impacting local air quality and global carbon emissions. Replacing diesel buses with zero emission fuel cell buses can generate significant environmental and health benefits.
The fuel cell bus event, titled FCB CPH17 will introduce competitive fuel cell and hydrogen solutions ready to implement in the public transport sector, as well as the many advantages of introducing fuel cell buses in the public transport sector.
Thomas Gyldal Petersen, Mayor of Herlev and Chairman of Movia will be opening FCB CPH17. The event will furthermore bring together national and international experts such as David Yorke, Project Manager at Tower Transit London, and Ben Madden, Director at Element Energy. They will present business cases and lessons learned from current fuel cell bus deployments throughout Europe. At the event, it will also be possible for the participants to test-drive a Solaris Fuel Cell bus.
FCB CPH17 is organized by Ballard Europe, Nel Hydrogen, Solaris, Brintbranchen and Hydrogen Valley. With this event, the partners want to highlight the importance of applying fuel cell buses for the future of clean, green public transport. Moreover, the partners want to show the current fuel cell bus solutions, and how fuel cell buses already today can replace fleets of diesel buses.
FCB CPH17 is targeting decision makers from municipalities, public transit agencies and public transit operators from Scandinavia. If you are interested to participate in the event please contact Brintbranchen at email@example.com.
For more details, please view the program here: FCBCPH17_Program_