Let the games begin! As the Queen’s Baton arrives in Birmingham to mark the start of the 2022 Commonwealth Games we feel honoured to have been part of that journey. Having visited over 72 countries the Queens Baton has united the commonwealth, but it has also highlighted the climate challenges we face. To read more check out our previous blog post.
Birmingham has taken big steps to reduce its carbon footprint and improve its air quality. In 2021 Birmingham City Council introduced the Birmingham Clean Air zone to improve city centre air quality. Shortly after, the Tyseley Energy park opened promoting innovation in waste, energy, and low carbon vehicles including a number of Motive hydrogen refuellers. We recently visited Tyseley with two Rasa’s to obtain certification to use the Motive hydrogen refueler network. The Rasa’s passed with flying colours and we can now refuel at any Motive hydrogen refueler in the UK.
If you live in the Midlands area and visit Birmingham once a week you could be driving a hydrogen car already. If you would like to drive a Riversimple vehicle join our waiting list today.