London launches new program to make buses into clean vehicles

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New program will support the use of clean vehicles in London Transport for London has announced a new program that aims to retrofit some 5,000 of the city’s buses in order to combat emissions production. Through the new program, the agency will be working with several bus operators and transportation companies in order to improve buses that are currently in operation. Many of these buses will be equipped with hydrogen fuel cell systems, which will generate electricity without also producing harmful emissions. Old vehicles have contributed to increasing air pollution…

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UK government launches new clean transportation competition

Government partners with Innovate UK for new initiative focused on clean vehicles The United Kingdom government has partnered with Innovate UK, the new name for the Technology Strategy Board, in order to launch a new low-emissions vehicles competition. The competition will award some $24 million to those that can develop vehicles that make use of clean technology. The majority of the funding is being provided by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, with the rest coming from Innovate UK. Competition aims to ignite more innovation in the transportation space The…

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