Glasgow to develop ‘world’s largest’ hydrogen waste fleet

Glasgow is set to launch what is claimed to be the world’s largest fleet of hydrogen-powered refuse collection vehicles, supported by £6.3m in government funding.

by Maxine Perella
Glasgow has received a grant to replace conventional waste-collection fleet with hydrogen-powered vehicles. Photograph: Richard Sutcliffe/Geograph
Glasgow has received a grant to replace conventional waste-collection fleet with hydrogen-powered vehicles. Photograph: Richard Sutcliffe/Geograph

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