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  • Very green !

    Pinched this photo,showing an electric London bus.....being charged up by a Diesel generator.....what a load of bull shite

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  • #2
    that's what happened up here in Glasgow for CRAP26

    used electric cars to ferry the VIP's from Gleneagles to Glasgow.....then hired diesel generated electric charging stations to charge the cars......fekkin halfwits


    • #3
      My ex wife use to have a Diesel Generator for her electric powered friend called "BOB "
      The neighbours always knew when she was frisky.
      she used to crank it up in the back garden and clouds of black smoke coming out of its exhaust, revving its nuts off .

      I rekon that teen age environmental activist Greta Thunberg.
      would of had a face like a cats bottom, if she knew what was going on at the wing ding Carp 26



      • #4
        If the bus depot is away from the city centre, at least it Improves air quality in within the city. Must be more expensive to feed a generator than plug into the grid though.


        • #5
          Biggest fraud ever, is this clean air nonsense, as the picture shows exactly why! Completely contradictory.


          • #6
            Originally posted by Vx-Man-G View Post
            Biggest fraud ever, is this clean air nonsense, as the picture shows exactly why! Completely contradictory.
            Why is it contradictory if local air quality within conurbations is improved by producing those emissions elsewhere? It's net zero (ish) but if the generator is producing emissions where few will breathe the particulates its a benefit overall to people.

            Sure, it would be better if the bus was plugged into the grid where a proportion of the energy is produced from renewable sources, but I can still see this as a small positive overall when compared with diesel emissions in populated areas.