Hydrogen power at work
A bus, fueled by hydrogen, has performed its first voyage in Belgium. Russians are waiting for this vehicle to appear in Sochi this July.
The ecologically friendly bus, working on hydrogen, has carried 30 passengers from Brechem town to Antwerpen in a forty minutes trip. Experts expect the amount of hydrogen vehicles to reach 1% of total cars in Europe in 10 years. Russia’s candidate city for the Olympics-2014 Sochi will see hydrogen-powered buses in July, when Dutch company “European Technology and Investment Research Center” brings them to the city and opens fuel storages and filling stations for said vehicles. (petrolplaza.com)
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