Each Mirai has saved more than four times its own weight in CO2, equivalent to 7.6 tonnes per car, over this distance.
Battery electric cars dominate the zero emission motoring headlines, but could hydrogen fuel cell vehicles prove even less harmful to the environment?
A project to deliver a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell ambulance is one of 22 schemes to receive a share of £25 million in Government funding.
The Natural History Museum has become the latest UK academic and research organisation to take delivery of a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell saloon.
The Mirai has been acquired with support from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, Hydrogen Mobility Europe and the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
University College London says car will help further its research into advanced powertrain technologies and serve as practical, zero emission transport for staff.
Monica Guise explains how the University of Birmingham’s fleet will soon be 40% electric or hydrogen – a year ahead of its target.
Arval has announced a new programme of initiatives to increase awareness and understanding of hydrogen vehicles and the potential they provide.
Hyundai makes progress in hydrogen fuel cell cars with the Nexo. By Simon Harris
180 hydrogen-fuelled vehicles will be deployed in London, Paris and Brussels as part of the Zero Emission Fleet vehicles for European Roll-out (ZEFER) project.
Technology enters a new phase with new refuelling points at conventional filling stations and new money to support the purchase of vehicles for some fleets.
A consortium including ITM Power, Shell, Toyota, Honda and Hyundai has won £8.8 million in funding from the DfT to expand the UK network of hydrogen refuelling stations.
A new Hydrogen Hub has launched in Oxfordshire at the Said Business School, to drive investment in hydrogen and fuel cell projects in the county.
The Metropolitan Police Service has taken delivery of the first of 11 Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles.
A fleet of five Hyundai cars have become the first hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to achieve level four autonomous driving.
Hydrogen powered cars will have much stronger residuals than combustion or electric models.
Allstar Business Solutions has signed a contract with ITM Power to allow its fuel cards to be used at the company’s hydrogen refuelling stations.
Speakers include Clare Jackson of Ecuity Consulting on the Swindon Hydrogen Hub, Paul Marchment of Arval on its hydrogen fleet car trial and John Hunt of Toyota
The Nexo model will spearhead Hyundai Motor’s plans to accelerate development of low emission vehicles.
The Hydrogen Council sees the potential for hydrogen to power about 10 to 15 million cars and 500,000 trucks by 2030,
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