Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) today announced the commissioning and deployment of 12 fuel cell-powered buses in the District of Sanshui, in the City of Foshan, in the Province of Guangdong, China. These initial buses will be operated by Foshan Sanshui Guohong Public Transit Co. Ltd. “In September 2015 we announced the planned deployment of 300 fuel cell-powered buses in Foshan/Yunfu. Our program consortium has made considerable progress over the past year, including localization of Ballard-designed fuel cell engines, establishment of a fuel cell bus manufacturing facility, local procurement activities, development of systems integration capabilities, national permitting of a fuel cell bus platform, preparations for hydrogen refueling infrastructure and development of our China service team,” Randy MacEwen, Ballard’s president and CEO stated in the news release.
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