£11 million funding announced for hydrogen car infrastructure
As many as 15 hydrogen refuelling stations could be upgraded or built in the UK by the end of next year after the government and automotive industry announced up to £11 million funding.Six to eight hydrogen refuelling stations will be upgraded to take them from demonstrator projects to publicly accessible sites using £2 million of government money, business minister Matthew Hancock
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