Scotland, inaugurates first double-decker hydrogen bus fleet: 60 seats per vehicle

Scotland, inaugurates first double-decker hydrogen bus fleet: 60 seats per vehicle

in the city of Aberdeen, in Scotland, Entered service there The world’s first fleet of double decker buses Powered exclusively by Hydrogen.

The question arose from the collaboration between the project First busAberdeen City Council and UK company, one of the largest Scottish bus operators RightBus, manufacturer of these vehicles With zero emissions.

Aberdeen also has a pilot project for on-site production and distribution Hydrogen, Which makes this initiative more environmental and capable of producing even more interesting results.

“Great for the world’s first hydrogen double-decker buses to start traveling through the streets of Aberdeen. Buses are a fantastic asset to the city helping us deal with air pollution.” Aberdeen City Counselor said, Jenny Laing.

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Everyone on RightBus takes great pride in seeing the first fleet of hydrogen-powered double-decker buses in the world, which begin to carry passengers through the streets of Aberdeen. This marks an important moment in the city’s commitment to reach a net zero CO2 emissions target. We will soon take these RightBus hydrogen buses to other cities in the UK, with fleets starting in Birmingham and London later this year. ” Instead of the Chairman of RightBus commented, Joe Bumford.

New double decker vehicles have 60 seats And provide restocking time in order of Just 10 minutes For a full tank.

According to city council members, these vehicles will also help reduce traffic noise by helping to create quieter roads, in addition to helping reduce harmful emissions in the air.


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