Hydrogen fuel: London's black cabs go green

 

A fleet of the black cabs could be ready in time for 2012

Here's a short TV piece on hydrogen-fuelled cabs.

Intelligent Energy, the company behind them, has high hopes and believes it is the future of cabs in the capital.

A small number will be used as a fleet during the Olympics, but currently infrastructure is the problem; there are only three hydrogen fuelling stations in the capital.

 
Tom Edwards, Transport correspondent, London Article written by Tom Edwards Tom Edwards Transport correspondent, London

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