G-Force Signs & Graphics wrapped-up the branding for the public hydrogen fuel cell electric bus, which arrived in Costa Rica.
August 14th (South Windsor, CT) – The converted hydrogen fuel cell electric bus arrived on July 27, 2017 at the port of Limón in Costa Rica freshly wrapped and outfitted with graphics and lettering by the South Windsor CT company, G-Force Signs & Graphics.
The bus, powered by compressed hydrogen, with a seated capacity for 35 passengers, will be operating on demonstrative routes in and around the City of Liberia.
The project makes Costa Rica the second Latin American nation to develop hydrogen technology for transportation.
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Photos of the completed bus project
Do you want to learn more about hydrogen-electric aspect of this project? Read Ad Astra’s press release.