Narva to begin Tartu hydrogen buses fueling

narva to begin tartu hydrogen buses fueling
narva to begin tartu hydrogen buses fueling

Power stations in the eastern Estonian town of Narva will begin producing hydrogen as a transportation fuel. Tartu is serviced by the buses.

It’s been over 50 years since Narva power stations have used eletrolysis of hydrogen to separate water into hydrogen and oxygen, but the arrival of the green revolution has piqued interest in its potential use.

In any case, the high-quality hydrogen produced by the Narva power plants is used to cool generators.

In Estonia, only a few hydrogen buses are currently in service, but that number is expected to rise in the near future.

With partners Alexela and GO Group, Andres Vainola says he’s looking for solutions to refueling and transportation.

Anela Dokso

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