Brighton & Hove and Metrobus have ordered 20 hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which are set to be delivered in June 2022, signalling the Go-Ahead Group's first order of hydrogen powered buses.
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Funding for green transport projects continues to flood in as a new project in Northern Ireland seeks to further its hydrogen fuel technology capability.
Infrastructure Minister Nichola Mallon believes the investment will help local businesses as well as contribute to a more sustainable transport solution in Northern Ireland.
The world's first hydrogen-powered bus is preparing to hit the streets of Aberdeen, with vehicles from Wrightbus to be operated by First Aberdeen.
The announcement was made by Translink, Energia Group and Wrightbus with support from the Department for Infrastructure and the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).
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