Monday 24 January – Barcelona. QEV Technologies and NOGEBUS received the institutional visit of El Cabildo de Gran Canaria last December. The purpose of the visit was to learn first-hand about the project proposed by the strategic alliance between the two companies. It is an innovative project that provides a new sustainable mobility solution based on the hydrogen fuel cell: a class II intercity bus. Both Spanish companies are developing the prototype which is expected to be on the streets in 2022.
The visit was led by Miguel Ángel Pérez del Pino, 1st Vice-President and Government Minister for Public Works, Infrastructures, Transport and Mobility of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, accompanied by Victor Quintana, Director of Global, Pedro Gómez, Technical Director of TITSA S.A. and Pedro Deniz, Director of Domingo Alonso Group, among others.
The alliance is in talks with the Cabildo de Gran Canaria to implement sustainable mobility in the territory. The Cabildo was also able to see the latest developments that QEV Mobility has made in the field of hydrogen and electricity. NOGEBUS and QEV Technologies share similar objectives: to reduce energy dependence and promote R&D+I in the passenger transport industry in Spain.
QEV Technologies is backed by a long and solid track record in the sustainable mobility sector after more than 20 years of betting on electric vehicles and a decade of manufacturing electric sports vehicles with cutting-edge technology. In the last 5 years, QEV Mobility’s strong commitment has been opening the doors to the development and implementation of these technologies in South America, Europe, and Asia, bringing cutting-edge technology from the competition world to the public transport user.
For its part, NOGEBUS has launched a new vehicle this year, the TITANIUM+, which has had a high impact. In addition, the company continues to work on substantial improvements to the different ranges of existing vehicles with the firm intention of making the bus the first choice of journeys between municipalities for passengers. The implementation of the hydrogen fuel cell for intercity road travel will be key to the decarbonisation of class II vehicles.
About QEV Technologies:
QEV Technologies is a global mobility and automotive technology company based in Barcelona, providing its services worldwide. It is made up of professionals from the world of motorsport and competition with extensive experience. Some of the company’s most common services are technical support to racing teams or car brands, being pioneers in the use and development of cutting-edge technologies. To find out more, visit us at www.qevtech.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn (@QEV_Tech).
It’s a company specialized in the manufacture of coaches and bodyworks that has state-of-the-art technological resources in all areas of its activity: engineering, design, production, and logistics. The company is constantly incorporating the latest advances in design, habitability, ergonomics, and safety into its coaches to offer compact, resistant, and functional vehicles to the market