Burbank California To Get Two Hydrogen Fuel Cell Buses
In brief: The city of Burbank, California will be purchasing two new hydrogen fuel cell transit buses from Proterra.
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Make/Model: Transit Bus
The first will be delivered on Wednesday (April 28) and the next in June/July. The bus is a hybrid-electric hydrogen fuel cell bus with a HFC reactor and a bank of lithium titanate batteries. It has a range of 250 miles per charge/tank of H2 and will rotate between Burbank's four bus routes.
Burbank is already home to a hydrogen refueling station (built in 2006) and the city is already home to five hydrogen ICE converted Toyota Prius hybrids.
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Proterra is based in Colorado.
Photo credits: City of Burbank
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