Call for London to expand its hydrogen station network

The Founder of Green Tomato Cars, Europe’s largest fleet of hydrogen vehicles, has said that London should seize the opportunity to rid itself of ‘The Big Smoke’ tag, by increasing its number of hydrogen refuelling stations.

Jonny Goldstone, Managing Director of the company, believes that improving the city’s hydrogen refuelling network could spare a green rush to help the capital hit its net-zero targets.

“We want London to lose its reputation as the ‘Big Smoke’,” Gladstone stated.

“Our hydrogen vehicles emit zero CO2 emissions, whereas other vehicles are pumping out high volumes of carbon emissions every day. A widespread take-up of zero-emission hydrogen and battery electric vehicles is essential to improving air quality across the capital.”

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