The world’s first flight by a “commercially available aircraft” powered by hydrogen fuel cells has been heralded as a milestone in the development of sustainable aviation.
A multi-million-pound project to bring a fleet of hydrogen buses to Aberdeen has been delayed due to the pandemic.
A new fleet of hydrogen double-decker buses will be rolled out across Aberdeen in the summer.
Aberdeen’s hydrogen buses have been taken off the road, marking the end of the first phase of the programme.
A £2.6 million hydrogen vehicle refuelling station continues to fall short of its projected use more than two years after it opened, new figures have revealed.
The new prime minister has voiced his support for a green initiative based in Aberdeen.
A north-east MP has raised questions over future moves to hydrogen-based energy.
A 15-strong fleet of the green machines will be rolled out on Aberdeen streets after the council joined forces with the European Union and Scottish Government to fund the project.
A new hydrogen festival will take place in Aberdeen as part of a drive to explore low-carbon technologies.
A total of 300 new homes with hydrogen-powered heating could be built in the city.
Council bosses will explore plans to create a “Hydrogen Valley” in Aberdeen.
A hydrogen refuelling station in Aberdeen has officially reopened to the public, following an upgrade.
The north-east is to be used as a testing ground in a pioneering project to prove if hydrogen could be deployed at scale to eliminate emissions from the UK’s energy system.
A discussion on whether to investigate introducing greener trains for Aberdeen will be held next week.
Discarded plastic could be used as fuel for cars following a scientific breakthrough.
An Aberdeen councillor has told of his disappointment after a discussion about greener trains was delayed.
A video has been released as part of a hydrogen roll-out programme in Aberdeen.
Rail fares could plummet if train operators switch to green fuel, a senior Aberdeen councillor said today.
The world's first hydrogen road sweeper has “swept” into Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's hydrogen bus fleet will double in size with £3 million from the Scottish Government, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Aberdeen City Council set to sign hydrogen bus deal with get-out clause if Holyrood doesn’t stump up
An agreement boosting the number of hydrogen buses in the city could be signed next week - but with a clause to pull out if the Scottish Government does not provide £3 million.
A second hydrogen refuelling station for the city is due to be in operation early next year.
Aberdeen has taken a step towards a greener, cleaner eco footprint as it becomes the first city in Europe to offer hydrogen powered cars for public use.
A PIONEERING green energy scheme was today powering ahead.