Aberdeen leads way in Hydrogen-based transport

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Aberdeen’s second hydrogen refuelling station opened on Tuesday. The city now has a station in the north and in the south of the city which can now refuel buses, vans and cars despite the differing pressure required for each.

Aberdeen already has Europe’s largest hydrogen bus fleet with 20 vehicles.

For more on hydrogen power in Scotland, see:

1.      World’s first renewables-powered hydrogen ferry to be built in Port Glasgow

2.      ‘More on hydrogen buses’ by reader Alasdair Macdonald and further comment by Broadbield

3.      Aberdeen 20: Dundee 12? The competition for Europe’s largest fleet of hydrogen fuel cell buses

4.      Scotland’s cities ally to exploit hydrogen-based technologies. Scotland’s Unionist media ally to ignore it

5.      Europe’s biggest hydrogen-powered bus fleet and now the UK’s biggest hydrogen cell installation are both in Scotland

6.      Europe’s largest fleet of hydrogen-fuelled buses is in Aberdeen

7.      Scottish Government-funded, pioneering hydrogen fuel cell opened in Orkney

8.      MAJOR NEWS: World’s first tidal-powered hydrogen generated in Scotland after £3 million funding from SNP Government

 

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4 thoughts on “Aberdeen leads way in Hydrogen-based transport

  1. Charles Maitland November 29, 2018 / 10:40 am

    Fantastic news John, thanks for doing the nomedia’s job for them. Makes me wonder now at the debate I’m having about replacing my deisel car with the supposedly less poluting petrol engine, I wonder if there are any hydrogen cars being built?

    Keep up the good work, very much appreciated.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Colin White November 29, 2018 / 1:13 pm

      Petrol cars can run on Hydrogen with minimal modification.

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    • johnrobertson834 November 29, 2018 / 2:59 pm

      Thanks.

      Thought we might go electric two years ago but still not cheap enough for me. Maybe next time in 2 or 3 years.? Hyundai have a hydrogen SUV coming.

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