New £19m London fuel-cell fleet

GreenFleet magazine reports that the first of eight hydrogen fuel cell buses went to work in London on 18 December.  The buses have been developed by ISE, Wrightbus and Ballard and run on the RV1 service between Aldwych and Tower Hill.  It will make this Britain’s first zero-emissions bus route.  The project will cost £19million over four years, jointly funded by TfL, the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the European Union via the Clean Hydrogen in Cities project.
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