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Energy / Fuel, England

Hydrogen fuel station opened

The University of Birmingham has opened the first hydrogen gas fuelling station in England in the Department of Chemical Engineering, which is researching the viability of hydrogen in transport applications. The University is to test five hydrogen-powered vehicles as part of a research project in collaboration with the University of Warwick and funded by Advantage West Midlands....

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