As part of a European project to deliver zero-emission transport, 12 hydrogen fuel cell electric buses are set to be rolled out in Dundee.
As reported by Air Quality News, a selection of European cities are taking part in the scheme, including Aberdeen.
The scheme aims to roll out 152 zero-emission buses.
Dundee and Aberdeen are taking part in the project through the Scottish Cities Alliance.
Chair of the Alliance and Leader of Dundee city council, John Alexander, said: “I am delighted that Aberdeen and Dundee have been successful within these ambitious projects.
“Working with the Scottish Cities Alliance, these buses and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure will further progress the decarbonisation of our cities by providing zero-emission buses for our citizens.”