End of the road for London's 'dirty' diesel buses:
At least 20 new hydrogen buses will take to London's streets as part of a £10m part-European Union (EU) funded project supporting hydrogen technology. Transport for London (TfL) will also provide at least £5m in funding.
That is exciting news, not sure how it will roll out or what the replacement rates for london buses is. Or indeed what they will be replaced with, the most likely will be battery with hydrogen extenders, but maybe we get lucky and look at buses.
Some great news all this week, and this is the best, a true decision about a large fleet in the UK and near where there is Hydrogen already.
All single-decker buses in London will now be emissions free. Good news for environmentalists and public transportation advocates: London mayor Sadiq Khan announced today that single-decker buses in the English capital will be emissions-free, beginning, well, right away.
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