The station was recently demolished and a BP spokesman said: "We always knew this had an end date." The non-hydrogen facilities at the location are still in operation.
BP and the group Transport for London are now explaining that this was never intended to be a long-term station, but more of a test and a place to "increase public awareness."
What did the three year experiment cost? £4.5million. Hope they got a lot of data for that kind of scratch.
[Source: Romford Recorder via EVWorld]