Aberdeen City Council to enhance hydrogen fuel distribution and expand its hydrogen-fuelled public sector fleet

Aberdeen City Council has been awarded a share of up to £1m ($1.36m) today (Oct 8) to help fund four new renewable energy projects which includes enhancing hydrogen fuel distribution and expanding the hydrogen-fuelled public sector fleet.

Provided through the Scottish Government’s Green Growth Accelerator (GCA), the funding will support development of a suitable hydrogen infrastructure which will work across multiple sectors including housing, heating and transportation.

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