Jaguar Land Rover is interested in developing a hydrogen fuel cell model as part of a government-funded program to reduce carbon emissions in the automotive sector.
The project that Jaguar Land Rover is working on is known as Project Zeus and JLR is working on the technology with a number of UK-based partners, including Delta Motorsport, Marelli Automotive Systems and UKBIC.
The development of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle as part of a £73.5million Government-funded program where hydrogen can play a role as a viable fuel in the future across the automotive industry alongside battery electric vehicles.
The funding will ensure that car companies play their part in keeping Britain on the path to zero emissions by 2050. It will also support thousands of jobs and will be a welcome step in the industry’s economic recovery.
Jaguar Land Rover is interested in developing a hydrogen fuel cell model as part of a government-funded programme to reduce carbon emissions in the automotive sector.