« I am particularly pleased that such a significant investment has been made in modernizing our cleaning service with the purchase of nineteen hydrogen powered garbage vehicles. committed to using fuel cells Decarbonizing our fleet for our heaviest vehicles has always been a big step forward in our approach “Glasgow City Council Executive Director George Gillespie is confident about the massive choice for hydrogen in his city.
More than a hundred hydrogen trucks are already in use, Includes about twenty diesel-hydrogen bi-fuel sandblasting machines, the municipality, regularly pursues its investments. The objective is twofold: to increase the efficiency of departments concerned with equipment equipped with the latest functional innovations and to rapidly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
While many European local authorities have set themselves targets for 2040 or 2050, Glasgow “industrialized” Glasgow wants to become “zero-emissions” by 2030. But above all, the municipality hopes that its example will be able to convince many companies. To continue in the same direction in your area.
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