Aberdeen makes hydrogen fuel cell vehicles available to the public

Those living in Aberdeen will have access to fuel cell vehicles Aberdeen, Scotland, has become the first place in Europe to offer fuel cell vehicles to the public. Several of the world’s leading automakers have been working to promote their fuel cell vehicles throughout the region, but these vehicles are not yet available in the commercial market. These vehicles are expected to become more available in the near future, but a lacking hydrogen fuel infrastructure may make them somewhat attractive to consumers interested in clean transportation. Consumers will be able…

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Hydrogen fuel project welcomes powerful new partners

Government agencies join UK hydrogen fuel project The Greater London Authority, Welsh Government, and Transport Scotland have all joined the UK H2Mobility project. This project aims to promote the use of hydrogen fuel cells in the transportation sector and has been responsible for the building of new hydrogen fuel stations in some parts of the United Kingdom. The UK has a keen interest in clean transportation because it can help the country reach its emissions reduction goals. New members to play pivotal role in development of hydrogen fuel infrastructure The…

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