Air Liquide Hydrogen Station to Fuel Olympic Bus - 1/27/2010
In Canada, BC Transit has inaugurated the hydrogen station that will fuel its fleet of 20 zero-emission fuel cell buses running in Whistler, British Columbia, which will soon be carrying athletes and visitors to the 2010 Winter Olympics.
In addition to supplying certified hydrogen fuel, Air Liquide designed, built, operates and maintains the fueling station that will keep BC’s new fleet of fuel cell buses on the move. It will be the largest hydrogen fueling station in the world, with the capacity to fill 23 buses per day. Air Liquide worked alongside Canadian companies Sacre-Davey Group, Hydrogen Technology and Energy Corporation and Hydrogenics to bring this project to completion.
Read the full story at: renewableenergyfocus.com
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