The world’s most clean and most quiet are roaming the inner city of Antwerp in Belgium. The secretary of Transport of the Flanders Region Ben Weyts kicked of the first fuel cell bus route of bus operator De Lijn on since December 1, 2014. Five fuel cell buses will be put in service that will all have to pass the Antwerp hydrogen station at Solvay only after 350 km just like conventional buses. The hydrogen is a ‘left over” of the chlor alkali production on the Solvay site. You can catch a fuel cell bus on lines 650 (Antwerpen Luchtbal – Kapellen), 670 (Essen – Kapellen – (Merksem)) en 760 (Antwerpen – Delwaidedok) and later also on lines 720, 730, 770, 771, 772, 776, 780 en 78.