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HYDROGEN TECH

We’re
Decarbonising Our
Urban Transportation System

Commitment to 

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology.

At Sarawak Metro, we believe in promoting the use of zero-emission

vehicles as a way to decarbonise the public transport sector in Sarawak. 

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The ART rolling stock will be powered exclusively by hydrogen fuel cells.

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At Sarawak Metro we’re also giving our full commitment in the development

of a hydrogen economy and helping to ensure the success of Sarawak’s

Green Hydrogen Agenda.

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What are the benefits of

​Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology ?

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Eco Friendly

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Does not burn H2

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Produces only electricity,

heat and water

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Never loses charge as long as

H2 is supplied

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Generates electricity used

to power traction motors

to drive vehicles

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No need for overhead catenary

or third rail or fourth rail

power system

Advantages of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Buses

✔.  Increased Availability

✔.  Zero Emission

✔.  Customisable Power Output

✔   Longer Range

✔.  Shorter Refueling Time

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Our Hydrogen Bus

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Can travel

300 km on a single refill

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Live diagnostics on fuel level, speed and vital systems notification that can be monitored remotely

- Fast Facts 

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H2 Sarawak

Mobile App

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Trial run on Downtown Heritage loop

(14 kilometres)

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High Speed

LTE WiFi

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Live GPS

Other Features of 

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Google Transit integration for tourists to find the nearest public transportation to get from point to point – real-time schedules of bus arrivals and connecting points

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iBeacon integration citywide – allows for push notification of offers, promotions and historical landmarks

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LED monitors display H2 Sarawak Magazine and video

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E-commerce store that will allow online ticketing to attractions, hotels and local Sarawak product

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Live location for

all buses

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How to Generate & Utilise Hydrogen ?

How Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Work

How to Generate & Utilise Hydrogen ?

1.  To generate H2

H2 can be generated by electrolysis using renewable energy from hydropower stations

2.  To Store H2

a.   H2 produced

b.  Transported in high

       pressure tube trailers

       and liquified hydrogen

       tankers

c.   H2 storage and refilling

       stations and depots

3.  To utilise H2

H2 stored in pressurised

tanks on the rooftop of

vehicles

How Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles Work

3. Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Hydrogen and Oxygen react

inside the fuel cell stack and

generate electricity and water

through a chemical reaction

2. Hydrogen Storage

Hydrogen stored in the tanks

is supplied to the fuel cell stack

1.  Hydrogen Refueling

Hydrogen gas is pumped to

tanks on the bus via a nozzle and receptacle

Regenerated energy is 

stored in a secondary battery 

that supplements power

from the fuel cell by providing

auxiliary power to the electric

motor

5. Battery

The generated electricity

is supplied to the electric

motor

                The only by-product

                of creating electricity

                in the fuel cell stack is

                water

4. Electric Motor

H2O

Hop on2 our FREE & ECO-FRIENDLY
H2 bus ride

Downtown Heritage Loop
H2 Bus Routes & Schedule

Monday to Friday : 16 Trips (First departure 7.30am, Last departure 5.30pm)
Saturday to Sunday : 8 Trips (First departure 7.30am, Last departure 4.50pm)

Riverside Majestic Hotel    •

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman    •

Jalan Main Bazaar    •

Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg   •

Jalan Barrack   •

Jalan Khoo Hun Yeang   •

Jalan Market   •

Jalan Gambir   •

Jalan Main Bazaar   •

Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg   •

Jalan Satok   •

Jalan Tun Ahmad Zaidi Adruce   •

Jalan Green   •

Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg   •

Jalan Satok   •

Start / End

   Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

   Jalan Bazaar

   Jalan Gambir

   Jalan Market

   Jalan Haji Taha

   Jalan Kulas

   Jalan Muda Hashim

   Jalan Haji Mataim

   Jalan Datuk Ajibah Abol

   Jalan Muhibbah

   Jalan Kulas

   Jalan Tun Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Rahman Yakub

   Jalan Matang - Merdeka Interchange

   Jalan Medang

   Jalan Tun Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Rahman Yakub

Damai Loop
H2 Bus Routes & Schedule

Saturday & Sunday : 3 Trips
First departure 8.00am, Last departure 3.00pm

Start / End

   Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman

   Jalan Main Bazaar

   Jalan Gambir

   Jalan Market

   Jalan Haji Taha

   Jalan Kulas

   Jalan Tun Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Rahman Yakub

   Jalan Sultan Tengah

   Damai Golf & Country Club / Damai Central / Sarawak              Cultural Village / Damai Beach Resort

   Jalan Sultan Tengah

​•   Jalan Semariang

Riverside Majestic Hotel   •

Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman   •

Jalan Main Bazaar   •

JalanTun Abang Haji Openg   •

Jalan Barrack   •

Jalan Khoo Hun Yeang   •

Jalan Market   •

Jalan Gambir   •

Jalan Main Bazaar   •

Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg   •

Jalan Satok   •

Jalan Tun Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Rahman Yakub   •

 
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Download H2 Sarawak App

for Hydrogen Bus Route & Schedule

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