United Kingdom, plans for the first no-petrol station

United Kingdom, plans for the first no-petrol station

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Designed by Shell, the revolutionary service station is part of the company's attempt to develop alternative fuels

The British newspaper The Telegraph, reports that the British-Dutch oil giant Royal Dutch Shell, is preparing to open the first no-petrol station in the United Kingdom. The inauguration, which will take place in London, is scheduled for next year. Motorists will be offered biofuels, electric vehicle charge and hydrogen cell refuelling. Even the buildings will be powered by renewable energy, thanks to the use of solar panels. The project is part of the company's attempt to develop alternative fuels. Additionally, the company intends to open high-speed electric vehicle charge points across a selection of its 400 UK service stations.