BBC Studios Natural History Unit has broadcasted 12 live Springwatch episodes with a 250kW hydrogen power unit, in yet another TV first.
Sharing the news today (July 8), the BBC said the show’s three week run from May 25 to June 11 was powered 100% with the clean energy source.
Based on the premises of BBC Bristol, the hydrogen generator powered the Springwatch OB hub from which the show is broadcast live.
Acting as the show’s control room, the OB hub oversees and directs the whole production with numerous live locations across the UK.
... to continue reading you must be subscribed