London Buses could be pollution and CO2 free for $37m. report

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NH3 Cost benefit analysis 1. draft report

Conversion of London Buses to zer0 % of CO2 and toxic gas emissions.

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London Buses manages one of the largest bus networks in the world. Approximately 7,500 iconic red buses carry more than six million passengers each weekday on a network serving all parts of Greater London.

Carbon emissions (approx) = 1.3kg per kilometer  www.carb

onindependent.org/sources_bus.htm –

London buses covered 468m km in 2008  http://www.tfl.gov.uk/…pdf

468m km X 1.3kg =  608.4million kg p.a…. that`s about 608,400 tons of  CO2 a year saved converting to CO2 free fuel! Continue reading “London Buses could be pollution and CO2 free for $37m. report”