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© Birmingham City Council
birmingham-uk-introduces-20-hydrogen-powered-double-decker-buses
© Birmingham City Council

Birmingham, UK, introduces 20 hydrogen-powered double decker buses

Birmingham, UK, has seen 20 zero-emission double decker buses, powered by hydrogen, enter service on the National Express West Midlands route 51 to Walsall.

Introduced by the Birmingham City Council, the hydrogen powered Wrightbus double deckers are recognised as the only variants located outside of London, the council said.

This is part of a wider expansion by Birmingham to introduce clean mobility solutions, in providing zero-emission public transport, it will not only help to reduce carbon emission but also raise the awareness of hydrogen mobility.

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