Car maker Hyundai has started a project with the US Energy Department (DOE), looking into the performance, fuelling and scaling of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
The partnership is looking into the pitfalls of fuelling infrastructure, exploring the science of fuel cell development and the use and management of data associated with such a network.
As part of the collaboration Hyundai will provide five Hyundai NEXO fuel cell vehicles to DOE and support the installation of a 'SimpleFuel' unit, an American-made, small-scale hydrogen fueling system. They will operate in the Washington DC area from the autumn.
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