Does your fleet of buses, garbage trucks, and service vehicles run on fossil fuels? Are you committed to an energy transition and want to reach your CO2 reduction targets as quickly as possible?

Renewable hydrogen solution for local authorities

By investing in hydrogen infrastructure, you can effectively reduce carbon emissions, enhance air quality, and foster local job creation in the emerging hydrogen economy. A renewable hydrogen solution allows you to assume a proactive and leading role in the transition to a greener future, offering your residents a cleaner and more sustainable environment.

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