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Transport (electric vehicles, alternative fuels, biofuels, conventional fuels, fuel efficiency, air travel, trains) => Electric vehicles, alternative fuels, biofuels, alternative transport, conventional transport => Topic started by: dan_b on February 09, 2019, 11:49:42 AM



Title: Hydrogen Police
Post by: dan_b on February 09, 2019, 11:49:42 AM
Saw a Toyota Mirai Hydrogen fool cell Police car this morning. Wonder where they get re fuelled in London?




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Title: Re: Hydrogen Police
Post by: RIT on February 09, 2019, 01:09:25 PM
Saw a Toyota Mirai Hydrogen fool cell Police car this morning. Wonder where they get re fuelled in London?

   https: //www.driving.co.uk/news/met-police-goes-zero-emission-fleet-toyota-mirai-hydrogen-fuel-cell/

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The Metís Mirais will have access to five hydrogen filling stations across the capital Ė a number thatís set to increase in the months and years ahead, and refuelling takes around the same time as filling a tank with petrol or diesel Ė useful when the Miraiís usual 300 mile-range is cut dramatically during a pursuit.

Currently, the number of active filling stations still seems to be 5 within the M25 and another 2 marked as out of operation. This site provides a zoomable map

   https: //www.netinform.net/h2/h2stations/h2stations.aspx

So the increase in station count must be over years, rather than the hoped for months as the only planned additional station shown for the South East is down at Gatwick.