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Wed May 1, 2019, 06:45 AM

Scotland: Tour of the Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage Station. Aberdeen to become H2 Hub



Aberdeen is developing plans to become a global “hydrogen hub”.

Building on successes already achieved by the Scottish city – a rise in the number of hydrogen vehicles, successful trials of a hydrogen-powered refuse lorry and road sweeper, and the opening of the Kittybrewster hydrogen station – a raft of plans for 2019 have been approved by Aberdeen City Council’s City Growth and Resources Committee.

Aberdeen could host a Scottish Gas Network (SGN) Hydrogen 100 pilot project – 300 new houses with hydrogen-powered heating.

As part of the 2019 Delivery Plan, the feasibility of scaling up production to supply energy to homes as well as transport is being explored by council officers.

The number of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles will increase again this year, with 17 Toyota Mirais and four Renault Kangoos being added to local authority fleets in the North East, and another road sweeper arriving in the city.

Early 2020 will see the arrival of the new JIVE project buses and up to 10 buses from Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)...more: https://www.gasworld.com/aberdeen-to-become-hydrogen-hub/2017103.article

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akaConcernedCanuk May 2019 #1

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Wed May 1, 2019, 01:06 PM

1. wow - yeah - I watched the whole video

I'm all for the diversion of our thirst for oil, but the amount of devices necessary for the safe delivery of hydrogen concern me . . .



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ps: - yeah, I know, our record for "safe delivery" of petroleum is not exactly encouraging either . . . .

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