UK unveils first commercial-scale green hydrogen fuelling station

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Consortium launches Swindon facility that boasts first UK hydrogen production and refuelling site to be powered by the sun

Are hydrogen fuel cell vehicles zero emission? They certainly emit nothing but water vapour when they are driven, but what about the energy required to produce the hydrogen? Studies have suggested fuel...

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