Loop Energy has joined the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council, a coalition dedicated to advancing the use of hydrogen fuel cell technology in the transit bus sector. The decision to join the HFC Bus Council comes as Loop focuses its efforts on delivering its fuel cell technology to the transit bus sector. Loop continues to see buses benefit from improved fuel efficiency, extended power range and trusted durability that its fuel cells provide. With its fuel cells powering buses in Asia and Europe, Loop is excited to share its experience in vehicle integration, scaling production and fleet deployment. Amongst Loop’s bus portfolio is the 11-bus fleet operated by the Lishui Economic Development Zone in Nanjing. Delivered in April 2021, the fleet has completed over 300,000 kilometres in revenue service and is achieving a 96% uptime for the fuel cell systems. Loop partnered with Chinese OEM, Skywell New Energy Vehicles Group, to develop the fleet. The Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council is a coalition of public transit agencies, manufacturers, and suppliers working together to advance the hydrogen fuel cell electric bus economy and its applications in the public transit sector. The Council works to enhance the profile of hydrogen fuel cell technology and serves as an authority on best practices to advance safe, clean, and efficient hydrogen fuel cell electric bus networks. The Council includes leading organizations committed to the hydrogen electrification of the transit bus sector, such as New Flyer Group, Sun Line Transit Agency, Nel Hydrogen, Trillium and Ballard Power Systems.