Ruter hydrogen buse was nominated as one out of four candidates for the 2014 Transnova Prize .
Transnova prize was awarded for the very first time at the occasion of the Transnova conference on sustainble transport on 12 March 2014. The CHIC project did not win the award, but the nomination is a recognition of the work done to ensure that renewable energy will drive all public transport in the future. Asko and Scania Group won the Transnova Price, for the use of Norwegian produced bioethanol in heavy transport.
Testing out new environmental technology
Air Liquide Norway build, own and operate the hydrogen station at Rosenholm bus garage on a contract with Ruter.
Hydrogenics Corporation (Belgium) have provided two HySTAT(TM)60 electrolyzers, in containers.