Exploiting the results of the Giantleap project, Dutch operator Connexxion has put a hydrogen range extender in operation on line 436 between Rotterdam (Hoeksche Waard) to the island of Goeree Overflakkee.
You can check this site for timetables if you want to ride the bus. Congratulations to VDL!
Today marks the official end of the Giantleap project with the release of our last public report evaluating the status for quantitative targets achieved in the project.
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Giantleap releases today a study of the business case for bus operators considering deployment of hydrogen busses.
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As part of the larger endeavour to make experimental data from EU projects more available, Giantleap has published databases generated during the project.
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The Giantleap project was included in the latest issue of Open Access Government. The article gives a bird’s eye view on the project.
Two of the final Giantleap public deliverables have been released: validation of the degradation and diagnostic approaches by FESB and of the control system by Bosch Engineering.
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Thanks to VDL and UFC, we can show you the Giantleap prototype in action.
The Giantleap consortium is proud to finally present the results obtained from the testing of the prototype range extender for battery buses developed in our project.
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The Giantleap project announces the release of a new public deliverable, Experimental Validation of the prognostic algorithm for the PEM fuel cell system.
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