Urbino 18 hydrogen [VIDEO]
How does the fuel cell work in Solaris vehicles? What can be found on the roof of our articulated hydrogen bus? Does hydrogen perform well in hilly terrains? In this short video by Ballard, you’ll discover the answers. We recommend giving it a watch!
Solaris Urbino 18 hydrogen had its premiere at the end of 2022. The new bus is designed to be even more resilient, lighter and refined in design and construction, compared to previous generation models. As almost all the vehicle’s power is delivered by the fuel cell, it allowed for a significant reduction in the weight of main components, translating to a greater passenger capacity of almost 140.
The Urbino hydrogen articulated model is equiped with Ballard’s FCmove™-HD+ fuel cell module with a 100kW power output
Some of the key advantages of this product are quiet operation, reliable and robust performance, as well as the absence of vehicle preconditioning at negative temperatures. Storing over 50kg of hydrogen in eight roof-mounted tanks, the distributed drive with the 100kW fuel cell allows an extended overall range of 350km – even with challenging routes and conditions – and an average refueling time of 10-20 minutes.
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