The Motorsport Industry Association’s (MIA) Energy Efficient Motorsport Conference 2016 focused on one main issue: what will the ‘Grid of the Future’ look like? A number of industry experts were on hand to give their views on this issue during the day.
A new series of reports for the LowCVP say that the UK can develop the infrastructure necessary to deliver the low carbon fuels of the future but that strong coordination is needed between key actors.
There’s still much debate about whether hydrogen really is viable for our cars, but in the meantime the next-generation Honda FCV Concept has made its North American debut at the 2015 Detroit Motor Show.
Honda has unveiled an all-new fuel-cell vehicle, the Honda FCV Concept.
The first Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell customer vehicles have arrived in the UK, continuing Hyundai’s global roll-out of the world’s first series-production hydrogen-fuelled car.
The arrival of hydrogen cars on UK roads is a step closer as the Business Minister Matthew Hancock announced up to £11 million of funding.
The Hyundai Fuel Cell Farm, which was displayed outside the front of the Design Museum in London, is the worlds first aquaponics ecosystem powered by Hyundai Motors zero-emission ix35 Fuel Cell.
An Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S race car, driven by Astons CEO Dr Ulrich Bez, has completed the first ever zero-CO2 emissions lap in fact 40km in total - in an international motor race at the 41st ADAC Zurich Nürburgring 24 Hours.
The UKH2Mobility report on hydrogen vehicles has been published, providing further details and background to the findings published on 4 February 2013. It predicts over one and a half million hydrogen powered vehicles could be on UK roads by 2030.
Aston Martin is to race a hybrid hydrogen-powered Rapide S at the 41st ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring next month.