Video: Green buses for European Cities 09 May Zero emission buses have been integrated in a number of European Cities to decarbonise transport. This video features 5 hydrogen fuel cell buses in Oslo since last May. This video was presented ..read more
Van Hool buses for Oslo 11 Jul From May 2012 Ruter (Oslo Public Transport Executive) operates 5 fuel cell buses, with hydrogen as fuel in the realm of the CHIC project. The supplier is the Belgian bus manufacturer Van Hool. The ..read more
Bus line 81 A 24 Mar When the fuel cell buses come to Oslo they will run on the 81 A line. They will be operated by Unibuss from the Rosenholm Bus Garage. A simple map shows the line, and the pictures present what a ..read more
Oslo Student Day 2013 02 May The Student Day was held at The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (http://www.umb.no/english) Friday 3 May at noon (12.00). The Student Day is held in a corporation between Ruter and the ..read more
Market campaign 2012 12 Mar Ruter made a market campaign in May and June 2012 connected to the launch of the fuel cell buses. The main topic was that the only emission the buses had was water. You were asked if you liked to ..read more
Oslo infrastructure 07 Dec At the Rosenholm Bus Depot, the CHIC project have established more infrastructure than only the Hydrogen Refueling Station. Here follows photos of - the hydrogen workshop with H2 sensors, ..read more
Oslo launched its fuel cell bus project 31 May Oslo launched the fuel cell bus project Wednesday, 30 May 2012. The launch was made by The County Mayor of Akershus County, Nils Aage Jegstad, in coorporation with the Vice Mayor for Environment and ..read more
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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.
The electrolyzers will support a complete electrolysis-based fueling station. The electrolyzers, capable of producing 250 kilograms per day, of pure hydrogen is based at the Rosenholm bus garage in Oppegård Municipality in the suburb of Oslo, Norway.
The hydrogen refueling station commenced its service in May 2012 and provide hydrogen to operate fuel cell buses for a five year period. The project will reduce noise and improve the air quality in the Oslo area, in addition to reducing harmful emissions from public transport. The hydrogen will be produced at the station from electricity from renewable sources. The hydrogen fueling station will deliver sertified 100% green hydrogen.
The consultancy company Sweco assist Ruter to build a wall around the station. Atle Stubberud, from Soon Design has made a futuristic design of the wall around the hydrogen station. This wall in steel and aluminium is going to have several functions. It will have some safety functions and it will have an information function