The visit, which comes as part of a Best of British campaign prior to COP26, aims to showcase the companies at the forefront of the energy transition developing innovative new technologies that support decarbonisation.

FCSL welcomed the visit with the group aiding the energy transition by providing hydrogen refuelling systems for the transportation sector as it looks to cater for the rising demand of fuel cell vehicles.

Laura Farris MP said, “It was great to visit one of West Berkshire’s most cutting edge businesses, Fuel Cell Systems Ltd, who are leading the market in the supply of hydrogen refueling.

“It was fantastic to get to drive one of the emission free hydrogen vehicles they run and to hear how easily we could get these on the market with more infrastructure.

“It is really impressive to see such important green technologies being pioneered here in West Berkshire.”

Tom Chicken from Fuel Cell Systems said, “FCSL are proud to be supporting the UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association’s (UK HFCA) Road to COP26 campaign.

“We hope that the conference will be a pivotal moment in the world decarbonising to avert dangerous climate change and protecting the planet. But this shift to a more sustainable world also creates real opportunities for the UK and West Berkshire.

“Our refueling products can help companies to trial hydrogen vehicles before committing to significant investment.

“Also, our fuel cells already provide a green power solution for a wide range of applications including CCTV towers, environmental monitoring and wildlife filming. We are really excited about the change we can help make.”