Hydrogen double decker buses arrive in London

Metroline will run 20 zero-emission Wrightbus vehicles

Mark Moran
23 June 2021
The hydrigen cell fuel Wrightbus
The hydrigen cell fuel Wrightbus
Wrightbus chief executive Buta Atwal with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
Wrightbus chief executive Buta Atwal with Mayor of London Sadiq Khan
 

A fleet of hydrogen double decker buses has arrived in London.

The 20 hydrogen double decker buses are first being introduced by Transport for London (TfL) on route 7 between East Acton and Oxford Circus. The buses are being operated by Metroline.

The only by-product of a hydrogen fuel cell is water from the chemical reaction of hydrogen with oxygen from air, a process that produces electricity to power the bus. This means hydrogen fuel cell vehicles produce no pollution from their...

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