Wrightbus awarded £11.2m funding to develop next generation green buses

Ballymena bus maker Wrightbus has been awarded £11.2million in government funding develop and manufacture low-cost hydrogen fuel cell technology for …

World’s first Zero-emission double-decker hydrogen buses manufactured by Wrightbus launch in Aberdeen

The world’s first fleet of double decker hydrogen buses has officially launched into service in Aberdeen. The hydrogen buses manufactured …

Interview with Ryse Hydrogen founder Jo Bamford: Freeport East Hydrogen Hub vision takes shape

Ryse Hydrogen plans to install a 6 MW electrolyzer at the Sizewell nuclear site in Suffolk as a launchpad for …

Freeport plans in the UK could create the most significant hydrogen project in the world, thinks Jo Bamford

Plans are afoot to create a world-first, landmark scheme that demonstrates the UK’s global leadership in hydrogen technology – and …

Wrightbus is proud of its hydrogen bus fleet, and so should be Northern Ireland

In a thrilling development, Wrightbus has created the world’s first hydrogen-powered double decker bus fleet, launched for use in Aberdeen, …

Hydrogen Bus manufacturer Wrightbus create 46 new jobs

Wrightbus, the Ballymena-based bus building company, has said it is creating more than 40 new jobs. The manufacturer is planning …

European Hydrogen Week: An interview with Jo Bamford

Prior to 2019, if you’d heard the name Jo Bamford you probably would have associated him with family-run vehicle engineering …

The Bus of the future must be Zero Emission

Jo Bamford, Executive Chairman of Ryse Hydrogen and Wrightbus, writes our fourth ‘future of fuel’ blog about the role of …

Jo Bamford is Hydrogen Man

His family built its wealth on terra firma, now Jo Bamford hopes his own business Ryse can harness the power …

Ryse enable green hydrogen production plant in Scotland: First of its kind

Plans have been revealed by Scottish energy firm Hy2Go for a £45 million commercial hydrogen production hub near Glasgow – aiming …

Hydrogen Double-Decker Buses Arrive in Europe’s Top Oil City

Aberdeen have taken delivery of 15 hydrogen double-decker buses made by Wrightbus Ltd., a Northern Irish firm bought by Jo …

The Bamford hydrogen bus revolution

Air Quality News talks to JCB heir and hydrogen advocate, Jo Bamford, about why hydrogen is the fuel of the future for buses.   There …

Exclusive: Jo Bamford calls on Britain to take advantage of its hydrogen opportunity

JCB heir Jo Bamford today called on Britain to “grab hold” of its “green destiny” and take advantage of the …

Hydrogen can help fuel recovery, says Bamford

The entrepreneur behind plans for a 3,000-strong hydrogen bus fleet in the UK says the alternative fuel can play a …

3,000 hydrogen buses to help cut air pollution

Up to 3,000 zero-emission hydrogen buses could take to the road in the next few years as a clean alternative …

Hydrogen fuel bubbles up the agenda as investments rocket

Governments and carmakers press on with hydrogen fuel cells to power cars, buses, trains and even aircraft …

JCB heir and Wrightbus owner Jo Bamford: ‘We can sell our hydrogen bus around the world’

Jo Bamford is in full flight. Eyes blazing and arms waving, he’s gassing on about hydrogen-powered buses. As the heir-apparent …

Bamford seeks Government backing to build 3,000 hydrogen buses

Jo Bamford, the new owner of bus manufacturer Wrightbus, wants the Government to help fund a programme to build 3,000 …

JCB develops construction’s first hydrogen-fuelled excavator

JCB has developed the construction industry’s first hydrogen-powered excavator as it continues to lead the sector on zero and low …

Wrightbus eyes role in Republic of Ireland’s green transport revolution

Wrightbus owner Jo Bamford is eager to meet Irish Green Party leader Eamon Ryan to explore how the Ballymena firm …

Jo Bamford: The man to deliver hydrogen buses en masse?

The fondness that Jo Bamford has for hydrogen fuel cell-electric buses has become well known since he purchased Wrightbus in …

Will hydrogen fuel the UK’s net-zero coronavirus comeback?

As the UK begins to take its first cautious steps out of the lockdown that has precipitated the worst economic …

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