NPROXX powering London’s first hydrogen ambulance

NPROXX powering London’s first hydrogen ambulance

London’s first hydrogen-powered ambulance will utilise an NPROXX hydrogen storage tank system capable of storing up to 8kg of compressed gas at a nominal pressure of 350 bar.

The new zero-emission ambulance is expected to be delivered to the London NHS Trust service this autumn by ULEMCo and partners.

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NPROXX has worked closely with ULEMCo to assist in the design of the conversion, deriving a design solution that places the hydrogen storage tank in the roof space of the ambulance.

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