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New innovative hydrogen refuelling equipment being developed by UK partners

New innovative hydrogen refuelling equipment being developed by UK partners

Logan Energy, Hy-Met and the University of Warwick is exploring the potential of developing innovative hydrogen refuelling equipment for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs).

As reported by The Herald Scotland, the aim of the project is to create new prototype equipment that makes it easier to manufacture and maintain when compared to alternatives on the market.

This could create a solution that makes hydrogen-powered vehicles significantly easier and cheaper to refuel potentially accelerating the adoption of the zero-emission vehicles.

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