H2ME to bring 100 fuel cell vehicles to Europe

Fuel Cell Vehicles - Cars in France

More fuel cell vehicles are on their way to Europe Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) is planning to launch 100 new fuel cell vehicles in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France. The vehicles are part of a real-world test to determine their capabilities and examine Europe’s hydrogen infrastructure. The initiative has received backing from the European Commission and has brought together some of the largest automakers in the world. If successful, the project may help demonstrate how fuel cell vehicles can replace their conventional counterparts and cut down on transportation emissions.…

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New European project aims to expand hydrogen fuel infrastructure

H2ME 2 project seeks to bring 1,230  fuel cell vehicles to Europe A new pan-European initiative has been launched to expand the region’s hydrogen fuel infrastructure. The initiative is called H2ME 2 and will take place over six years, bringing together 37 partners from throughout Europe. H2ME 2 aims to bring 1,230 fuel cell vehicles to Europe, with some 20 new hydrogen stations being built to support the adoption of these vehicles. The infrastructure initiative will also work to test the capabilities of new electrolizer technology that can be used…

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Massive hydrogen fuel project launches in Europe

H2ME project aims to deploy fuel cell vehicles and build infrastructure throughout Europe A pan-European partnership has been formed to promote the widespread use of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. These vehicles are equipped with fuel cells that produce electrical power through the consumption of hydrogen. The only byproduct of this is the generation of oxygen and water vapor. The endeavor is called the Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME) and has the backing of several organizations that have an interest in hydrogen fuel cell technology as well as countries that are supporting…

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