Free public tours of Aberdeen hydrogen hub


The Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage (ACHES) facility is hosting free tours for members of the public interested in the innovative approach to low carbon transport.

ACHES is the city’s second hydrogen (H2) refuelling station and is a vital part of Aberdeen City Council’s investment in Htechnology.

Located on Langdykes Road in Cove, the facility will open its doors for a series of tours in September.

The £2.6m station serves the city’s expanding fleet of 17 cars, five vans, two waste trucks and a road sweeper and is funded by Aberdeen City Council, ERDF, Transport Scotland and NESTRANS. It was built and will be maintained and operated by Hydrogenics and local company NORCO.

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