By adding Loop Energy’s expertise to the group, the HFC Bus Council now gain a company that has a bus portfolio including an 11-bus fleet operated in Nanjing, China.

Loop Energy continues to support the growing hydrogen mobility sector with fuel cell innovation and by providing fuel cells to build the industry.

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The Council includes leading organisations committed to the hydrogen electrification of the transit bus sector, such as New Flyer Group, Sun Line Transit Agency, Nel Hydrogen, Trillium and Ballard Power Systems.

George Rubin, Loop Energy of Chief Commercial Officer, said, “The decision to join the HFC Bus Council is a demonstration of Loop’s intent to deliver high-performing and reliable, zero-emission solutions to the transit bus sector.

“With our fuel cells already powering buses worldwide, we will take this opportunity to share our successes with the hope of accelerating the adoption of fuel cell technology and infrastructure in global communities.”

Karl Gnadt, President of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council, said, “We are pleased to welcome Loop Energy to the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council, joining other cutting-edge private sector member companies to foster growth in education and understanding the applications for hydrogen fuel cell electric bus technologies.”

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