The Dundee Courier, today, claimed:
‘Hydrogen-powered buses to put Dundee at forefront of green travel. Dundee is to get 12 hydrogen fuel cell buses in a bid to reduce emissions in the city as part of ambitious plans to promote environmentally-friendly transport. Both Dundee and Aberdeen are receiving the environmentally-friendly vehicles as part of a Europe-wide project to deploy 152 hydrogen fuel cell buses across 14 cities.’
However, back in October 2017, CNBC claimed:
‘Aberdeen already has 10 in use and will receive another 10 as part of the new deal, making it one of the largest fleets in Europe.’
Can one eat a peh on a Dundee bus? The consequent gas would take hours to emerge.
I can’t help but think that London could do with a lot more than 10 or 12 to deal with the pollution there.