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Gaziantep the country’s first municipality to run buses on hydrogen

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Sahin got a closer look at the buses that will operate on the fuel of the future in Gaziantep, which is a part of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Green City initiative.

Mayor Ahin declared, “Water vapor is what comes out of the exhausts of hydrogen buses. No greenhouse gas exists. It does not cause air pollution. As soon as feasible, we will discuss how to put this approach into practice with our Turkish stakeholders. We, the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, will continue to represent the green city in Turkey’s leadership, it was asserted.

President Sahin stated, “Water vapor is what comes out of the exhausts of hydrogen buses. No greenhouse gas exists. It does not cause air pollution. As soon as feasible, we will discuss with our stakeholders how to use this concept in Turkey. For it, the green city is a pioneer in Turkey as the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality. We’ll keep doing it, she said.

A message of collaboration on ecological investments between the two cities was sent by Ahin, who traveled to Cologne with a technical team to check the buses.

Sahin sent a message of collaboration on ecological investments between the two cities when visiting Cologne with a technical team to assess the buses.

In this situation, Gaziantep will be the country’s first municipality to run buses on hydrogen fuel.

At the same time, Turkey will be one of the first nations to host hydrogen-fueled automobiles.

Sahin stated, “How does the system operate in the hydrogen buses that Cologne has succeeded in? What are the technical things to be done,” citing public transportation as a significant contributor to air pollution. We have our technical staff here to look at them. We discussed potential collaborative projects. City economies have grown to be so significant in today’s world that we have developed a robust infrastructure for self-sufficiency. With regard to Cologne and its sister cities, we have a lot of work to do. With the mayor of Cologne, we dealt with a lot of concerns. We discussed the necessity for greening the city’s industries and public transportation when they soon arrived in Gaziantep with German engineers and academics. Following these studies, we’ll also conduct technical on-site examinations, he added.

Sahin remarked that a significant contributor to air pollution is public transportation and queried how the system functions. We joined forces. We discussed potential collaborative projects. City economies have grown to be so significant in today’s world that we have developed a robust infrastructure for self-sufficiency. With regard to Cologne and its sister cities, we have a lot of work to do. With the Cologne mayor, we covered a wide range of topics. We discussed the necessity for greening the city’s industries and public transportation with German engineers and academics as soon as they arrived in Gaziantep. We will also conduct on-site technical checks following these investigations, he added.

Sahin added, “Hydrogenous fuel at the gas station is pumped into the bus,” adding that the liquefied gas is squeezed into the tanks and transported to the fuel station. Additionally, the bus is expected to drive at least 300 kilometers each day. As the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, we now run our fleet on natural gas. We also used a 50% grant to complete the task. Now, we must move to buses powered by hydrogen, “he stated.

Sahin declared, “Hydrogen fuel at the gas station is pumped into the bus,” adding that the liquefied gas is forced into the tanks and transported to the fuel station. Additionally, the bus is expected to have a daily travel capacity of at least 300 kilometers. As of right now, the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality uses natural gas in its own fleet first. This study was completed using a 50% grant. “At this point, we must move to buses that run on hydrogen fuel,” he stated.

The stuff coming out of the exhausts of hydrogen buses is water vapor, Ahin noted while discussing the advantages that hydrogen-fueled buses will offer to the city. No greenhouse gas exists. It does not cause air pollution. I am thus in favor of environmentally friendly, intelligent transportation that preserves the quality of the soil, water, and air. We gathered with our pals and the business that created it.

The stuff coming out of the exhausts of hydrogen buses is water vapor, Ahin noted while discussing the advantages that hydrogen-fueled buses will offer to the city. No greenhouse gas exists. It does not cause air pollution. I am thus in favor of environmentally friendly, intelligent transportation that preserves the quality of the soil, water, and air. Together with our technical university acquaintances and the manufacturer, the mayor of Cologne and I attended.

We will get together as soon as feasible in Turkey to discuss how to put this idea into practice with our stakeholders. We’ll also talk to mayors who want to make Gaziantep’s new fleet and the city itself more environmentally friendly. We, the Gaziantep Metropolitan Municipality, will continue to represent the green city in Turkey. We’ll see to it that our countrymen have access to safe, wholesome, and pleasant transportation,” he stated.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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