Momentum for hydrogen transit grows in Europe

More than half of UK commuters would be willing to travel to work on a train or bus powered by hydrogen to lower their carbon footprint and reduce emissions.

That’s according to research yesterday (24th Nov) released by global power company Cummins, in conjunction with the first-ever European Hydrogen Week, organised by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU).

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The research further revealed that nearly half of commuters in Belgium and Germany said they would be willing to travel on hydrogen-powered trains or buses, demonstrating positive attitudes towards clean technology alternatives for public transport.

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