Hydrogen dual fuel trial a success

A two-year trial that involved eleven urban trucks and vans running of green hydrogen dual fuel has saved over fourteen tonnes of CO2.

The result is part of the Low Emission Freight and Logistics Trial (LEFT) project that is investigating the practical deployment of hydrogen powered vehicles in the UK.

As part of the trial, hydrogen fuel specialist ULEMCo converted four refuse trucks, a road sweeper, a patient transport vehicle, a refrigerated van and four panels vans to run on hydrogen as a dual fuel.

During the two-year period, nearly 60,000km were covered and 1619kgs of hydrogen were used.

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