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OVAG orders 15 Solaris hydrogen buses

German carrier Oberbergische Verkehrgesellschaft (OVAG) has ordered 15 Solaris hydrogen buses. These vehicles will enhance the public transport fleet in the German city of Gummersbach. The contract will be executed in 2025.


The 15 Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen buses are equipped with fuel cells with a total power of 70 kW. The hydrogen Solaris buses will feature Solaris High Power traction batteries, which support the fuel cell during peak electricity demand. The vehicles’ drive unit will be a 160 kW central electric motor. The ordered Urbino hydrogen buses will be heated using a heat pump.

Orders for Solaris hydrogen vehicles are coming from various European markets, including Germany – in recent months, the manufacturer received orders for Urbino hydrogen models from Frankfurt, Essen, Cologne, and Gross-Gerau.


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