China’s fuel-cell buses, made for the 2022 Beijing Olympics, passes extream cold test at -30℃

February 18, 2020 |

In China, Xinhuanet reports that two hydrogen fuel-cell buses— made from the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics— have passed an extream cold test in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The busses successfully started after being parked for eight hours at minus 30 degrees Celcius. After the engine started, the onboard temperature climbed to 12 degrees Celcius in 30 minutes and 15 degrees Celcius in 40 minutes thanks to the integrated thermal management system. According to the deputy head of the Foton automotive engineering research institute, 170 hydrogen fuel-cell buses have been put into operation in the co-host city of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. The fuel-cells will be manufactured by SinoHytec, a hydrogen energy company

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