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Scottish oil city tests world’s first hydrogen double-decker buses

By DW
12 November 2020   |   10:40 am
The Scottish city of Aberdeen, famous for building its economy on North Sea oil, is preparing to launch a fleet of 15 of the world's first double decker hydrogen powered buses onto its streets as it transitions from oil to green energy.

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