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JCB digs up a green future with hydrogen engines –

Chairman Lord Bamford believes hydrogen is at risk of being overlooked in the rush to go electric for cars



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He and his father Joseph (Cyril) Bamford turned the business, founded in a small garage in Uttoxeter in 1945, into a household name. It is on track to make more than 100,000 vehicles and engines this year in factories around the world. 
But like all other captains of industry, Lord Bamford faces the challenge of getting JCB ready for a world that is striving to cut carbon emissions. 
New petrol and diesel cars will be banned  in the UK  from 2030, while every company from oil giants to supermarkets…

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