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NesoBus showcases at TRANSEXPO 2022

29 july 2022
Meet PAK-PCE Polish Hydrogen Bus - the exhibitor of the International Fair of Public Transport, Join us andsee the Polish hydrogen bus NesoBus.

PAK-PCE is part of a group of companies owned by the well-known businessman Zygmunt Solorz:

* ZE PAK SA - the fifth largest electricity generator in Poland,

* Polsat Plus Group - one of the largest Polish companies and a leading media and telecommunications group.

These groups develop the entire chain, a sector of the economy using hydrogen as a modern fuel. The business starts from the production of hydrogen, through storage, transport and its use in the automotive industry. Groups use over 100 company passenger cars that are powered by hydrogen.  Naturally, the next step was to create a product for everyday use.  A design team was formed, they prepared and produced a Polish hydrogen bus called NesoBus from scratch. The company is registered in Konin and the production plant is located in Świdnik near Lublin.  This is where the group of enthusiasts with many years of experience in the automotive industry has created a completely new project, which is not a conversion of e.g. diesel or electric buses into a hydrogen bus, but a structure intended only for a hydrogen bus.

Why the name - NesoBus? It comes from the first letters of the statement

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related to the fuel system on this bus.

Companies from the energy sector are a part of the cluster thus, as the only one in Poland, PAK-PCE is able to offer cities, i.e. consumers who may buy hydrogen buses for urban transport, a full range of services: from hydrogen supply, through the construction of refuelling stations, to the supply of buses.

On 30 May 2022, NesoBus officially premièred. Since then, the bus has been tested in urban conditions in many cities in Poland, including Gdańsk, Gdynia, Konin, and Wrocław.  The NesoBus presentation will culminate in two large industry events:  IAA TRANSPORTATION 2022 in Hanover and TRANSEXPO in Kielce.

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