Go-Ahead inks major green hydrogen supply deal with Air Products

Cecilia Keating
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A single-decker electric bus operated by Go-Ahead subsidiary Go North East in Newcastle | Credit: Go-Ahead
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A single-decker electric bus operated by Go-Ahead subsidiary Go North East in Newcastle | Credit: Go-Ahead

15-year agreement set to enable decarbonisation of bus routes around Gatwick Airport

Go-Ahead Group has inked a major green hydrogen supply agreement with gas and liquids giant Air Products that has been hailed as the largest deal signed by a passenger transport operator for the zero emission...

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