World first: ULEMCo launches hydrogen-fuelled water tanker with Yorkshire Water

Cecilia Keating
The 7.5 tonne bowser has been converted from a standard truck to use hydrogen fuel. Credit: ULEMCo

The 7.5 tonne bowser has been converted from a standard truck to use hydrogen fuel. Credit: ULEMCo

The 7.5 tonne tanker, which was converted from a standard truck and can run on hydrogen or diesel, is set to hit roads this year, delivering major emissions reductions for Yorkshire Water

Low emissions vehicle company ULEMCo has produced what is believed to be the world's first hydrogen-fuelled water tanker in partnership with Yorkshire Water. The Liverpool-based company announced yesterday...

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