Daimler Truck, bp unveil hydrogen network plans for the UK
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Daimler Truck, bp unveil hydrogen network plans for the UK

A hydrogen station network of up to 25 refuelling sites is set to be developed across the UK by 2030 as a result of a new agreement inked today (Oct 27) between bp and Daimler Truck.

Part of a wider effort to support the roll-out of key technology to decarbonise freight transportation, the effort will focus on the supply of green hydrogen generated from water using renewable power.

Complementing the effort, Daimler Truck expects to deliver its hydrogen-powered vehicles in UK customers from 2025.

Emma Delaney, bp’s Executive Vice-President for Customer and Products, said, “Hydrogen is critical to decarbonising hard-to-abate sectors – and for heavy and long-distance freight it is sometimes the only answer.

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