Balfour Beatty to convert four vehicles to hydrogen dual-fuel systems

UK infrastructure group Balfour Beatty will retrofit four vehicles with a hydrogen and diesel dual-fuel system with grant funding from the Scottish Government funding.

The project has received £240,000 ($297,800) from the government’s Emerging Energies Technology Fund to see two road gritters and two operations and maintenance vehicles retrofitted with the dual-fuel system.

Anticipated to deliver a 40% reduction in carbon emissions from each of the four vehicles, it is hoped the project will provide a blueprint for the conversion of all Balfour Beatty-owned fleet vehicles in the future.

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