In Nottingham, the double-decker bus fleet is powered entirely by biomethane/RNG
For more than one year, Nottingham’s double-decker bus fleet has been powered entirely by biomethane/RNG. The biogas used is the result of an anaerobic digestion process of food and agricultural waste as well as wastewater in the county of Gloucestershire. The new buses are an example of the importance of biomethane as transport fuel to reduce air pollution levels in the United Kingdom.
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Engineering Director, Nottingham City Transport
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