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The BBC’s Winterwatch series has recorded what is thought to be a broadcasting first with the transmission of a 60 minute episode powered entirely by green hydrogen and batteries. The BBC announced today that a hydrogen generator has been deployed at Winterwatch’s outside broadcasting hub at BBC Bristol and is helping to replace the use of a diesel powered generator. Meanwhile, at the show’s presenter locations across the country the production team has installed batteries powered by intelligent hybrid generator systems which use spare energy to charge batteries, significantly minimising the use of diesel fuel and CO2 emissions.

Business Green 27th Jan 2021 read more »

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