In the German city of Wuppertal appeared environmentally friendly buses that run on hydrogen fuel from a power plant that burns garbage.
This does not generate any emissions other than water vapor. Currently, ten such vehicles are running on several routes. It is planned that next year there will be twice as many of them. Each hydrogen bus carries up to 75 passengers.
This project was supported by the authorities of the European Union, as well as Germany and the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia. If hydrogen buses prove reliable and appeal to residents, similar solutions may appear in other European cities.
Besides, a hydrogen-fueled train has been running in Germany since 2018, and recently such trains have appeared in the Netherlands.