Tata Motors delivered hydrogen-fueled buses to IOCL, know their features
While delivering the buses, Girish Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, said that this is a result of the progressive policies of the Government, IOCL's focus on future preparedness, and the R&D capability of Tata Motors to fulfill the common vision of clean mobility in India. Are cooperating for. Let us know about them.
Tata Motors, the country's largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, today handed over hydrogen fuel cell-powered (FCEV) buses to Indian Oil Corporation (IOCL), India's largest petroleum company. Two hydrogen-powered buses have been flagged off by Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas and Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri. Come, let us know about these buses.
While delivering the buses, Tata Motors Executive Director Girish Wagh said that this is a result of the government's progressive policies, IOCL's focus on future preparedness, and Tata Motors' R&D capability, fulfilling the common vision of clean mobility in India. Are cooperating to do. The delivery of FCEV buses to IOCL marks an important step forward in this journey and we are grateful for the trust and support of our partners.
Further, he said that at Tata Motors we always give priority to nation-building and are leading the global megatrend of sustainable, connected, and safe mobility in the country. The delivery of these buses today marks the beginning of a new era in the intercity community. Takes another step forward towards fulfilling the aspiration of transport and sustainable mobility.
The hydrogen-powered buses are manufactured at the manufacturer's world-class R&D center in Pune. These 12-meter-long buses have a low-floor design and have a seating capacity of 35 passengers. 70-kilowatt hydrogen fuel cell technology has been used to power the bus.
Speaking about the technology and innovations incorporated in these FCEV buses, Rajendra Petkar, President and Chief Technology Officer, Tata Motors, said that the bus will have a 350-bar hydrogen storage system, 70 kW fuel cell stack, electronic braking system, and high safety Features stability control, new generation telematics for user-friendly vehicle maintenance and tracking as well as spacious interiors.