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The capabilities of hydrogen-powered vehicles to be demonstrated in Bulgaria

A hydrogen bus and the first hydrogen electric car in Bulgaria will drive through the streets of Sofia, Pazardzhik and Stara Zagora in the coming days, the Bulgarian Hydrogen, Fuel Cell and Energy Storage Association announced. The official opening of the "Days of Hydrogen Electromobility" initiative will take place at 11:30 AM on June 17 at Knyaz Alexander I Battenberg Square in Sofia. 

Visitors will be able to experience the unique advantages of hydrogen buses, which have zero emissions and a range of 350 km with just a 10-minute charge from the region's first portable hydrogen fueling station. The hydrogen bus will be in the capital city until June 20. It will follow the route of Trolleybus Line 9 from 12 pm to 8 p.m. The bus will be in Pazardzhik on June 21 and in Stara Zagora on June 29.

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