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NewBusFuel SIGNED

New Bus ReFuelling for European Hydrogen Bus Depots

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Project "NewBusFuel" data sheet

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Coordinator
ELEMENT ENERGY LIMITED 

Organization address
address: SUITE 1, BISHOP BATEMAN COURT THOMPSON'S LANE
city: CAMBRIDGE
postcode: CB5 8AQ
website: www.element-energy.co.uk

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 Coordinator Country United Kingdom [UK]
 Total cost 2˙471˙144 €
 EC max contribution 2˙438˙919 € (99%)
 Programme 1. H2020-EU.3.4.6.1. (Reduce the production cost of fuel cell systems to be used in transport applications, while increasing their lifetime to levels which can compete with conventional technologies)
 Code Call H2020-JTI-FCH-2014-1
 Funding Scheme /FCH2-RIA
 Starting year 2015
 Duration (year-month-day) from 2015-06-01   to  2017-03-31

 Partnership

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# participants  country  role  EC contrib. [€] 
1    ELEMENT ENERGY LIMITED UK (CAMBRIDGE) coordinator 236˙875.00
2    THINKSTEP AG DE (LEINFELDEN-ECHTERDINGEN) participant 287˙951.00
3    AIR PRODUCTS PLC UK (WALTON-ON-THAMES) participant 197˙816.00
4    LINDE AG DE (MUNCHEN) participant 185˙978.00
5    SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT DE (MUNCHEN) participant 179˙993.00
6    HYDROGENICS GMBH DE (GLADBECK) participant 142˙972.00
7    RIGAS SATIKSME SIA LV (Riga) participant 131˙311.00
8    ABENGOA INNOVACION SOCIEDAD ANONIMA ES (SEVILLA) participant 121˙727.00
9    ITM POWER (TRADING) LIMITED UK (SHEFFIELD) participant 101˙125.00
10    HYOP AS NO (KJELLER) participant 100˙000.00
11    HAMBURGER HOCHBAHN AG DE (HAMBURG) participant 92˙812.00
12    McPhy Energy Deutschland GmbH DE (Wildau) participant 80˙600.00
13    Vlaamse Vervoersmaatschappij De Lijn BE (MECHELEN) participant 75˙266.00
14    NEL HYDROGEN AS DK (HERNING) participant 74˙818.00
15    Vattenfall Europe Innovation GmbH DE (Hamburg) participant 58˙500.00
16    BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL UK (BIRMINGHAM) participant 49˙816.00
17    KUNNSKAPSBYEN LILLESTROM FORENING NO (KJELLER) participant 43˙502.00
18    VIP VERKEHRSBETRIEB POTSDAM GMBH DE (POTSDAM) participant 39˙226.00
19    WSW MOBIL GMBH DE (WUPPERTAL) participant 36˙500.00
20    INGENIEURTEAM BERGMEISTER SRL IT (VARNA) participant 34˙850.00
21    STUTTGARTER STRASSENBAHNEN AG DE (Stuttgart) participant 32˙855.00
22    AKERSHUS FYLKESKOMMUNE NO (Oslo) participant 30˙000.00
23    ISTITUTO PER INNOVAZIONI TECNOLOGICHE BOLZANO SCARL IT (BOLZANO) participant 29˙462.00
24    ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL* UK (ABERDEEN) participant 28˙208.00
25    LONDON BUS SERVICES LIMITED UK (LONDON) participant 26˙750.00
26    EMPRESA MUNICIPAL DE TRANSPORTES DE MADRID SA ES (MADRID) participant 20˙000.00
27    EVOBUS GMBH DE (KIRCHHEIM UNTER TECK) participant 0.00

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 Project objective

The overall aim of NewBusFuel is to resolve a significant knowledge gap around the technologies and engineering solutions required for the refuelling of a large number of buses at a single bus depot. Bus depot scale refuelling imposes significant new challenges which have not yet been tackled by the hydrogen refuelling sector: • Scale – throughputs in excess of 2,000kg/day (compared to 100kg/day for current passenger car stations) • Ultra-high reliability – to ensure close to 100% available supply for the public transport networks which will rely on hydrogen • Short refuelling window – buses need to be refuelled in a short overnight window, leading to rapid H2 throughput • Footprint – needs to be reduced to fit within busy urban bus depots • Volume of hydrogen storage – which can exceed 10 tonnes per depot and leads to new regulatory and safety constraints A large and pan-European consortium will develop solutions to these challenges. The consortium involves 10 of Europe’s leading hydrogen station providers. These partners will work with 12 bus operators in Europe, each of whom have demonstrated political support for the deployment of hydrogen bus fleets. In each location engineering studies will be produced, by collaborative design teams involving bus operators and industrial HRS experts, each defining the optimal design, hydrogen supply route, commercial arrangements and the practicalities for a hydrogen station capable of providing fuel to a fleet of fuel cell buses (75-260 buses). Public reports will be prepared based on an analysis across the studies, with an aim to provide design guidelines to bus operators considering deploying hydrogen buses, as well as to demonstrate the range of depot fuelling solutions which exist (and their economics) to a wider audience. These results will be disseminated widely to provide confidence to the whole bus sector that this potential barrier to commercialisation of hydrogen bus technology has been overcome.

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