In collaboration with Canadian company Hydrogen In Motion, h2e Power Systems is working on the country’s first hydrogen-powered three-wheeler.
A partnership between Hydrogen in Motion and the Technology Development Board of the Government of India is involved in developing these three-wheeled vehicles, which are being funded by Gita, a public-private partnership between the Government of India and the Department of Science and Technology.
With this innovative solution, the company plans to develop a zero-emission public transportation vehicle that will be competitive in cost with other technologies.
h2e produces green hydrogen and has stationary and mobility products. Fuel cells, hydrogen, and a three-wheeler are intriguing applications of green technologies such as hydrogen.
“India is poised to undergo a major shift from fossil-based mobility to batteries and hydrogen. “We are already producing green hydrogen from our electrolyzers and also developing green hydrogen-powered three-wheelers that would serve inter-city transport,” Sidharth R Mayur, Founder and Managing Director of h2e, said.
Grace Quan, CEO of Hydrogen In Motion, said India is a natural market for its low-pressure high-density swappable hydrogen tanks H2M technology, which can really be instrumental in Hydrogen Fuel Cell adoption and address India’s energy needs with zero-emission technology.