UK Hydrogen Highway
The proposed United Kingdom Hydrogen Highway system is actually two separate highway systems in the north and south of the UK. The northern system is proposed for the east side of Scotland. The southern system is proposed for South Wales.
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In South Wales, the proposed hydrogen refueling stations upon the M4 freeway have not been disclosed yet, but most likely at least one will be placed at the University of Glamorgan in Port Talbot. Others are said to be in the towns of Swansea, Cardiff and Newport.
Other proposed hydrogen fueling stations in South England include Swindon and London and then up to the Midlands, most likely around the Birmingham area. As I had noted in the website’s blog, if Great Britain were to put up six additional hydrogen fueling stations in cities like Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Edinburgh and Glasgow then hydrogen auto drivers could drive north to south with little fears of running out of hydrogen fuel.
It is yet to be seen, however if this plan for a UK Hydrogen Highway comes to fruition. The plans are in the works, so stayed tuned to see how the building of this system takes place.
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