The world's first hydrogen road sweeper has “swept” into Aberdeen.
The Metropolitan Police Service has bought 11 hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirais, which will give it the largest hydrogen-powered police fleet in the world.
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.