North West Hydrogen Alliance focuses on low-carbon transportation

A survey commissioned by the North West Hydrogen Alliance (NWHA) has revealed that 69% of 2,000 people believe it is important for every UK household to move away from fossil fuelled cars.

The survey highlighted a difference in generations to climate change beliefs. Nearly 80% of 16-24- and 25-34-year olds support the more to low-carbon fuelled cars, against 58% of those over 55.

The survey also highlighted that 60% of 16-24-year olds have considering buying an electric car compared to 27% of over 55s.

Half of those surveyed were aware of hydrogen as an alternative low-carbon fuel for cars and is already being used to fuel buses and Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) in the UK.

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