Thursday, 25 October 2018

South Korea: Prime minister proposes hydrogen buses for police

Source: The Korea Herald, 24th October 2018, by Cho Chung-un

Cho Chung-un reported, "Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon has made a proposal to replace police buses with fuel cell buses to promote the nation’s leading hydrogen technology. (...) Currently, the police operate 5,581 buses, according to the Korea National Police Agency. (...) Replacing hydrogen buses for the police would help reduce micro dust in the center of the city and promote public awareness on zero-emissions cars, he said, adding it would expand domestic sales of such vehicles. (...)"

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