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Greater Springfield to establish hydrogen bus network

Greater Springfield to establish hydrogen bus network

Establishing a hydrogen bus network in Greater Springfield, Queensland is just one of the key goals of a landmark roadmap – the first-of-its-kind for an Australian city – unveiled on Friday (16th Oct).

The plans also include widespread access to electric vehicle charging stations, at least 30% of the city reserved as green space and 100% of Greater Springfield’s power delivered through renewable sources.

All of this is expected to be delivered by 2038, thus establishing Greater Springfield as the world’s greenest city.

Developed by urban experts from Engie’s Tracetebel, with the support of Engie Impact, the roadmap draws on insights from people-centric urban environments being developed around the globe and recognises the vital role clean energy plays in creating sustainable, cost-efficient and resilient communities.

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