The Scottish cities of Dundee and Aberdeen will participate in the recently presented European H2-bus project JIVE 2, which plans to take another 152 fuel cell buses to 14 cities by 2023. Dundee will receive 12 hydrogen buses as part of the project, while Aberdeen You will receive ten buses with hydrogen engine to double your existing fleet.
The project is financed by the EU Joint Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Company (FCH JU) with 25 million euros. JIVE 2 represents the second generation of the JIVE cross-border initiative, which plans to supply almost 300 H2 buses in 22 European cities.
JIVE made headlines in Germany in relation to WSW Mobil, a Wupptertal-based company, which began acquiring 63 fuel cell buses last year, serving as a substitute for public transport authorities in cities across Germany.
JIVE llegó a los titulares en Alemania en relación con WSW Mobil, una empresa basada en Wupptertal, que comenzó a adquirir 63 autobuses de celda de combustible el año pasado, funcionando como sustituto de las autoridades de transporte público en ciudades de toda Alemania.