UK National Health Services takes a cleaner route in Aberdeen
Aberdeen City in the United Kingdom received its second hydrogen (H2) refuelling station on 27th February 2017 on»
Aberdeen opens UK’s first H2 production and bus refuelling facility
Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing together with BOC’s director of Bulk and Packaged Gases Nathan Palmer (see photo) and Transport Scotland chief executive David on»
New ultra low emission vehicle strategy for the UK
The UK on the 4 September 2013 has launched a strategy to drive forward the ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) industry. The H2Mobility UK first report last April will be a timely contribution to furhter the infrastructure supporting the roll out fuel cell vehicles and infrastructure. on»
Scots celebrate 5th SHFCA conference September 25-26, 2013
The 5th SHFCA (Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association) annual conference will be held over two days on the 25th and 26th September 2013 in Edinburgh. on»
UK H2 Mobility releases Phase 1 Results
UKH2Mobility, a new government cross industry programme has released a synopsis of its Phase 1 results. on»
The Launch of UKH2Mobility
Initially the UKH2Mobility project will investigate the potential for  hydrogen as a fuel for ultra-low carbon vehicles in the UK and plans to publish its evaluation by the end of 2012 in a publicly available report. To develop a strategy and business case to facilitate the necessary hydrogen infrastructure for the anticipated 2014/2015 FCEVs. on»
Fleet of New Microcab FCEVs for West Midlands CABLED Trials
Microcab, the FCEV spinoff of Coventry University, is launching its next-generation H2EV hydrogen vehicle this week with a fleet to be deployed to the UK's on»
Hydrogen in Nottingham’s “Creative Energy Homes” project
McPhy Energy has announced that Nottingham University has chosen the company's solution for mid-term storage of renewable energy in a residential micro-grid under its "Creative on»
New hydrogen stations UK and Japan
A hydrogen fuel station is to be built in Swindon, UK, at the site of a Honda car manufacturing company. Swindon has received a £250,000 grant from the South West England Regional Development Agency to build the ultra-modern fuel station. on»
Engaging Local Residents with Air Products Renewable Energy Team
Local people living and working in the Billingham and Port Clarence areas of the UK have met members of the Air Products team who are wishing to build the Tees Valley Renewable Energy Facility, a 49MW power generation project that will use waste destined to landfill to supply electricity to more than 50,000 homes in the North East. The exhibition, which was held at Stockton City Learning Centre on 18th October and the Port Clarence Community Centre on 19th October, was an opportunity for local people to learn more about the proposed project, which was announced in July 2010, in advance of a planning application being submitted by Air Products to Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council. on»