Catching the number 1: Aberdeen trials hydrogen buses
Catching the number 1: Aberdeen trials hydrogen buses

The Scottish city of Aberdeen enjoyed a boom after the discovery of oil in the North Sea in the 1960s, propelling it to a central role in the industry.Now it’s preparing to launch a fleet of the world’s first hydrogen-powered double-decker buses, as it tries to reduce air pollution and transform itself into a green economy.The 15 vehicles emit water vapour instead of carbon monoxide and are in the final stages of testing before being put into service on the city’s most popular routes.The buses will use an existing hydrogen production and refuelling station that was opened in 2015 to fill up wi…

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