Shell plans to open the UK’s first “non-petrol” service station in London next year, a news report said.
The facility will supply biofuels, electric vehicle charge points and hydrogen cell refuelling instead of petrol and diesel pumps, The Telegraph reported, citing unidentified sources.
The building will be powered by renewable energy from solar panels.
The report said a site in central London had already been picked, but that the project is still at a very early stage.
Shell declined to comment.