Royal Mail trials hydrogen-powered van for parcel and letter deliveries

British postal service and courier company Royal Mail has introduced a hydrogen-powered vehicle into its fleet for delivery routes in Altens, Aberdeen.

A dual fuel vehicle with up to 60% of its power generated by green hydrogen, the van can travel up to 120 miles and accommodate deliveries of all sizes.

Royal Mail has said it will trial the van for 12 months as part of its alternative fuel vehicle trial.

James Baker, Chief Engineer and Fleet Director at Royal Mail, said, “As a Company, we are committed to making changes to our operations that reduce our environmental impact.”

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