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Successful Hydrogen Bus Grant for Merseyside
Successful Hydrogen Bus Grant for Merseyside
Looks as though another biding scheme for buses has also been awarded that will see Hydrogen buses going onto Merseyside for operation in Liverpool and St Helens.

https://www.energylivenews.com/2019/02/0...-revealed/

Didn't know anything about this until I just found it in a google search. This is a different fund to the Governments Green Bus Fund and this funding looks to be coming from elsewhere.
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RE: Successful Hydrogen Bus Grant for Merseyside
Very interesting, I wonder which operator(s) will get them?

I wonder what types too - there is a hydrogen fuel cell Enviro400MMC development bus doing the rounds so it would be good if it was something like that more so than an imported bus that is entirely non-standard as in Scotland.

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Could it possibly arriva st helens for the 10/10A As im sure it's got a joint PVR of around 25 or 26.
But then again would you order an extra 1 for a spare.
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(08/02/2019 07:59)motormayhem1 Wrote:  Could it possibly arriva st helens for the 10/10A As im sure it's got a joint PVR of around 25 or 26.
But then again would you order an extra 1 for a spare.

As hydrogen is the most common element in the universe (thanks Professor Brian Cox), will these be any cheaper to run? Somehow I doubt it.
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(08/02/2019 07:59)motormayhem1 Wrote:  Could it possibly arriva st helens for the 10/10A As im sure it's got a joint PVR of around 25 or 26.
But then again would you order an extra 1 for a spare.

If they are for the 10/10As what would happen to the Enviros would they get cascaded?
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(08/02/2019 12:08)darylyates17 Wrote:  If they are for the 10/10As what would happen to the Enviros would they get cascaded?

would make sense to send the small number of Gemini deckers back to Speke,with Enviro400s picking up the numbers on the 89s,beyond that does St Helens need extra deckers
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