- The University of Texas at Austin announced last week that a new hydrogen-electric bus would service its campus.
- A fueling station with a electric charging station and hydrogen fuel pump will be located on-campus to power the vehicle and charge its lithium-ion battery.
- The bus will transport students and faculty as studies are conducted to evaluate its performance.
From the article:
Last week, officials from the University of Texas at Austin gathered together to unveil a new hydrogen-electric bus that would be operation on and around the campus. The bus will have its own fueling station located on campus that will be equipped with an electric charging station and hydrogen fuel pump. The hybrid bus runs entirely on hydrogen and the electricity stored in a lithium-ion battery. University officials note that the bus will begin operating throughout the campuses traditional bus routes and shuttle lines over the course of the next year. ...