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A new European project to be launched later this month will tackle grid constraints by turning surplus hydrogen into energy for local transport, including ten hydrogen-powered vans. Neil Kermode of EMEC and Nigel Holmes of the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association explain, with the help of local participants.
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