Cleveland’s RTA to unveil nonpolluting hydrogen-fueled bus

RTA will have use of this hydrogen-powered bus for up to a year. It's a no-cost loaner from United Technologies Corp., a Vermont-based company that makes fuel cells.

RTA will have use of this hydrogen-powered bus for up to a year. It’s a no-cost loaner from United Technologies Corp., a Vermont-based company that makes fuel cells. Credits: RTA

CLEVELAND, Ohio — RTA buses burn millions of gallons of diesel fuel yearly, their tailpipes belching nasty pollutants. But a potentially cleaner future is now on display, when a 40-foot coach fueled by hydrogen takes the road. Its tailpipe emits only water.


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