Clean beat? Met Police trial hydrogen scooters

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London's police force deploys seven zero-emission hydrogen scooters for 18-month trial

London's Metropolitan Police Service is trialling seven hydrogen-powered scooters in a bid to clean up its crime-fighting operations. The service announced the deployment of the zero-emission Suzuki...

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