|Political: Hydrogen APPG 25 April 22||The session will now take place on Monday April 25 at 4pm, in person in the Houses of Parliament, exact venue to be confirmed shortly. This session will focus on hydrogen production and energy security, discussing the scope and ambition of the Government's existing policy both in terms of investments and policy changes, and to maximise hydrogen production and rollout across the economy.||APPG - Hydrogen|
|Political Hydrogen APPG Report 2020||June 2020 Hydrogen Report; Although this reports fails to include the use of this fuel for Light Rail and Trams ,a serious omission, it is none the less a significant report that by using steel on steel vehicles, will significantly move forward the effort to decarbonise road transport especially in the urban corridors of our cities, towns and connecting communities||APPG - Hydrogen|
|APPG - Hydrogen Dec 21||The APPG on Hydrogen provides a forum for MPs and Peers to engage with leading businesses and organisations that are working to enable the UK to meet its decarbonisation targets through the implementation of hydrogen projects, and to discuss policy options to support these||APPG - Hydrogen|
For public transport to become a force in dealing with urban congestion, carbon reduction, improving air quality and to be an attractive alternative to the car, it must be built quickly and operate affordably.
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