The City of Aberdeen,  leveraging increasing MW of renewable energy into its transport system announced a cooperation with the UN on May 15 to inform interested European and emerging economies on the role of hydrogen in achieving Sustainable Energy for All, the UN  campaign launched last year by UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon. As the first of the ten fuel cell buses have arrived that will be put into service this year. The refuelling infrastructure will be linked to wind energy . The meeting on May 15 broad together representatives of Scottish university and research institutes, the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association as well as a manufacturer of ferries. The EHA was invited to share its experiences with exploring international cooperation through EU funding programs and the UNFCCC .