MOU signed to jointly develop and commercialise electric and fuel cell powertrains
Battery electric cars dominate the zero emission motoring headlines, but could hydrogen fuel cell vehicles prove even less harmful to the environment?
Arval UK is bringing its roadshow to Birmingham on October 16, in an attempt to raise awareness of the benefits of hydrogen cars.
Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) project fleet clocks eight million kilometres.
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.
Arval says more than 50 delegates attended the first in a series of five roadshows to raise awareness of hydrogen cars.
Arval has announced a series of roadshows that will take place across the UK throughout 2019 to raise awareness of hydrogen cars.
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.
Hyundai Motor Group will extend its production of hydrogen fuel-cell technology beyond its cars, as part of its ‘FCEV Vision 2030’.
University College London says car will help further its research into advanced powertrain technologies and serve as practical, zero emission transport for staff.
Arval will add 10 additional cars to its hydrogen trial, following the opening of a second refuelling station near its head office.
Hyundai has achieved a five-star safety rating for the new hydrogen-powered Nexo, in the latest round of Euro NCAP tests.
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.
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