Zero Emission Leasing

Zero-emission public transport, that's our mission! We ensure that public transport companies can effortlessly make the transition to emission-free transport: 100% clean from well-to-wheel!



Rent a hydrogen bus, at a fixed low price, in which all costs are included.

Passenger bus

Our buses meet all the requirements of PTO’s: reliable, large range (400+ km per tank), comfortable, large passenger capacity.


ZETT, together with its partners, produces green hydrogen with wind and solar energy. Hydrogen is always included in the lease rate.

Hydrogen refilling station

ZETT builds and maintains hydrogen filling stations and provides operational support. The provision of a tank installation is always included in the lease rate.


All maintenance on the hydrogen buses is arranged by ZETT in cooperation with the bus builder. Maintenance is always included in the lease rate. The same applies to maintenance on the filling station.


100% green, 100% comfort, 100% safe, 100% service, 0% emission.



    Hydrogen is made by splitting water with electricity. If this split happens with so-called “residual energy” from wind turbines or solar collectors, you speak of green hydrogen. ZETT always uses green hydrogen.

    Hydrogen in gas form is non-toxic. It is non fragrant, color and tasteless. Unlike, for example, LPG, it is much lighter than ordinary air, so that it rises quickly. The auto-ignition temperature is much higher than, for example, for LPG, petrol or diesel. The risks in a vehicle fire with the last mentioned fuels are therefore higher than with hydrogen.

    Solar and wind energy are green and sustainable but can not be stored in large quantities for a long period. Hydrogen makes this possible. The storage capacity of hydrogen is much greater and less expensive than that of batteries. This makes hydrogen a better energy carrier than electricity for the long distances driving.

    To make a realistic cost comparison, all aspects of bus operation have to be taken into account: energy consumption in winter, decreasing storage capacity of batteries over time, necessary interim replacement of batteries, charging time (in which the bus is out of service thus increasing personnel costs), flexibility, range. If you do, you will find that in most cases the hydrogen bus is the cheaper alternative!