Trillium joins Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council

Works to advance hydrogen fuel cell electric bus economy

HOUSTON, Feb.8, 2022 - Trillium, a leading provider of renewable fuels and alternative fueling solutions, recently became a founding member of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus Council. The HFC Bus Council was created to expand the development, deployment and utilization of hydrogen fuel cell electric buses.

"As Trillium continues to partner with agencies to provide clean transit through hydrogen fuel cell buses, it only made sense for us to join the HFC Bus Council," said Ryan Erickson, vice president of Trillium. "We'll work with our partners to grow the industry and continue to provide clean fuel options for riders across the country."

The HFC Bus Council is a national coalition of public transit agencies, manufacturers and suppliers working together to advance the hydrogen fuel cell electric bus economy and its applications in the public transit sector. Together the group will work to educate policymakers, regulators and transportation stakeholders on the benefits of hydrogen fuel cell electric buses and related infrastructure.

MTD hydrogen fuel cell bus leaving garage

Recently, Trillium partnered with the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District to design, build, operate and maintain a fueling station for hydrogen fuel cell buses.

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About Trillium

Trillium, a member of the Love's Family of Companies, is a leading provider of renewable fuels and alternative fueling solutions, specializing in fuel supply, design, installation and operation for innovative energy solutions. Trillium's alternative fuels offerings include compressed natural gas (CNG), hydrogen, and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure as well as low carbon energy supply from renewable natural gas (RNG), solar installation and on-site electricity generation. For more than 20 years, Trillium has exceeded customer expectations by delivering superior quality, reliability and dependability at more than 200 alternative fueling stations nationwide. To learn more, visit