Friday Fallback story that may have been missed but we want to post it earlier than our Thursday Throwback story for next week. Highlighting the importance of both technologies, battery-electric drive systems, and fuel cell electric drive systems playing a role in the mix for zero-emissions.
This story appeared in December of 2019 and featured French aeronaut and president of the Solar Impulse Foundation Bertrand Piccard breaking the world distance record for a hydrogen-powered vehicle. Since that time Mr. Piccard has grown in stature within the industry and now also represents Hyundai.
This story appeared in early 2019 and featured not only Nel, but Air Liquide, Hyundai, Nikola Motor, Shell and Toyota as they all signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for hydrogen fueling components
This week marks one of the highlights for all of us at FuelCellWorks as Nikola continues to make headlines and history, so we thought it would be interesting to look back at one of the top and important stories that relate to Nikola.
Berlin police buy two fuel cell Mirai’s for use on patrols
Cologne– This is unique in Germany: With the Toyota Mirai (combined hydrogen consumption 0.76 kg / 100 km; combined electricity consumption 0 kWh / 100 km; combined CO2 emissions 0 g / km), the Berlin police are buying two standard fuel cell vehicles for daily use in patrol duty.