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Tata Motors delivers India’s first Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Buses

Published on September 27, 2023
Current Context: Tata Motors has delivered the first-of-its-kind Hydrogen Fuel Cell powered buses to IOCL, which is a major milestone for green mobility in India.
Tata Motors delivers India’s first Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Buses
  • Tata Motors won a tender from IOCL in June 2021 to provide 15 FCEV buses to evaluate the potential of hydrogen-based PEM fuel-cell technology in India.
  • The buses are built at a dedicated lab in Tata Motors’ R&D centre in Pune and can seat 35 passengers.
  • The buses feature a 350-bar hydrogen storage system, 70-kilowatt fuel cell stack, electronic braking system & stability control for higher safety, intelligent transport system, new-generation telematics for efficient, user-friendly vehicle maintenance and tracking along with roomy interiors.
  • The delivery of these buses marks a significant step forward in India’s quest for fully decarbonised long distance, urban mobility and heralds a new era of inter-city mass public transport.

Question:

Q.1 Which company won a tender from IOCL in June 2021 to provide 15 FCEV buses to evaluate the potential of hydrogen-based PEM fuel-cell technology in India?
a. Tata Motors
b. Mahindra & Mahindra
c. Ashok Leyland
d. Eicher Motors
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