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Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…

Hydrogen v battery trucks

The UK government has announced more than £200m ($243m) of funding for a three-year ‘comparative’ demonstration programme to determine whether hydrogen-powered fuel cells or batteries would be the best zero-emission solution for heavy goods vehicles (H…