Hydrogen has been mentioned at the UK Conservative Party conference with Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussing his commitment to buy 4,000 UK-made zero-emission buses.

In the speech, Boris Johnson stated that the UK will introduce 4,000 new zero-emission buses with some being made of hydrogen.

With the transportation sector seen as a key area in which hydrogen can be used to decarbonise, it is clear that the Prime Minister sees the clean energy carrier as a potential option for public transportation.

It is hoped that, with a major increase in hydrogen buses across the UK, investment in the sector could be sparked and awareness for hydrogen mobility will be increased.

source: https://www.h2-view.com/story/british-prime-minister-pledges-to-introduce-4000-uk-made-zero-emission-buses-with-hydrogen-included/

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