Could the UK lead the hydrogen fuel cell bus charge?

Wrightbus owner Jo Bamford speaks to Megan Lampinen about his vision for zero emission transport

The UK could easily position itself as a global powerhouse for hydrogen buses, if only the government would offer some early-phase financial support. That, at least, is the message from Jo Bamford, who leads hydrogen production company Ryse Hydrogen and recently acquired UK bus manufacturer Wrightbus. Bamford claims his companies are ready and able to provide both the vehicles and the hydrogen for them to run on. His aim is to bring 3,000 hydrogen buses—10% of the total fleet—to UK roads by 2024….

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