The Copenhagen City Council plans to purchase 15 hydrogen-powered vehicles to showcase the local authority’s sustainable energy initiatives in time for the Copenhagen Climate Conference. The City  is pushing ahead with plans to purchase 15 adapted electric cars at a cost of 14 million kroner. Deputy Mayor for the technical and environmental administration, Klaus Bondam said the city has an order for 13 cars from the Norwegian company Think and two work vehicles from French company Mega, together with plans to build a recharging station for the cars’ hydrogen fuel cells.