Dubai–The Slovak pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai opened to the public on Monday.
The pavilion’s initial guests were Michal Kovac, Slovakia’s ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, and Economy Minister Richard Sulik (SaS).
Expo 2020 Dubai, which officially opened on October 1, will run through March 2022.
During the first nine days of the event, the major focus will be on climate and biodiversity.
Aside from a hydrogen-powered bus and a cutting-edge sports car, the Slovak pavilion will display a 3D model of cleaning our seas.
The MH2 hydrogen vehicle is on exhibit. This vehicle was created in collaboration with the TUKE Faculty of Mechanica.
In the pavilion is the MH2 hydrogen car , which came into being due to the cooperation of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Technical University of Košice (TUKE) and the Matador Group company.
The car was presented by its chief-designer, Branislav Maukš, and Sulík. Visitors to the Slovak pavilion in Dubai can see the hydrogen car until the end of March 2022.
The concept car MH2 is powered by hydrogen propulsion and is using a unique technology developed by the Slovak University TUKE – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
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