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Fueling network.

ITM recently opened a brand-new hydrogen station at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, which will refuel Birmingham City Council’s fleet of 20 hydrogen buses from November. And this is exactly the type of hydrogen station ITM wants to continue building.

“What we’ve done in Birmingham is the sensible, modern form. We’ve made sure we’ve got 20 buses lined up that are going to use that station every day,” Yellen said.

“We’re looking for more big sites like Tyseley Energy Park, where it makes sense and fits in well with what’s already there. We won’t have planning permission issues with that because we’ve been doing this for six/seven years already.

“The simplest thing with a hydrogen station is for it not to have a roof. Hydrogen is a very safe gas – it escapes into the atmosphere and turns back into water; it’s no harm to anyone.”




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