Proposal for the UK's first zero emission ferry

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Proposal for the UK's first zero emission ferry

The UK's first zero emission ferry has been proposed by the capital's River Bus service provider.

A battery powered vessel would carry passengers between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf on the Thames in East London.

The idea comes as Transport for London scrapped plans for a foot and bike bridge across the Thames at the same location after the estimated cost rose above £600million. 

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