The Giantleap project will hold a workshop in Belfort, France on December 12, 2017, in connection with VPPC 2017.
The workshop is open to anyone interested and free of charge; participation in VPPC 2017 is not required. For more information and to register for the workshop, please refer to the registration page.
The city of Aberdeen, Scotland, will host a series of events on March 15-17 focused on hydrogen buses. These are organised by the FCH JU projects NewBusFuel, HyTransit and High V.LO City. Continue reading “Aberdeen Hydrogen Transport Summit”
The CHIC project, a long-running EU project that demonstrated fuel-cell buses in several European cities, has released a final report. Continue reading “Report on Fuel-Cell Buses”
Within the first phase of the Giantleap project, ElringKlinger, as the responsible partner for stack development, designed single cells and short stacks for laboratory experiments at partner sites. These cells and short stacks were designed to identify and study relevant degradation phenomena which are investigated by FESB. Continue reading “ElringKlinger delivers single cells and short stacks to Giantleap laboratories”
The first project meeting in the Giantleap project was held on May 23-24 at VDL’s headquarters in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
The 18 delegates from the partners, several of which have previously collaborated on several projects, presented their plans for the first six months of the project.
VDL invited the participants to their workshops in Valkenswaard on the morning of May 24 to test drive their electric buses and showcase their previous-generation range extender.
The Giantleap project is now officially running, and the next project meeting is in November at UFC’s premises in Belfort.