A new public hydrogen refuelling station has opened at Wallyford, less than a mile off the A1 and 8 miles to the east of Edinburgh. The Logan Energy station supplies vans, trucks and buses with hydrogen at 350 bar; it is the first in Scotland’s Central Belt and the only hydrogen station between Aberdeen and Sheffield. Logan Energy has a “strong belief in the hydrogen economy and its role in the future energy system”, and has financed the station itself. […]
The potential for lorries to be fuelled by sewage waste is being investigated by Coventry university and Severn Trent.
DHL Supply Chain has hit back at union accusations that it sent drivers out last week in conditions that put their safety at risk.
The Midlands will need 76 low and zero emission fuel refuelling stations by 2040 if it is to meet growing demand from operators in the region for alternative fuels and meet statutory zero carbon targets.