First Hydrogen Corp., a Vancouver and London-based company focused on zero-emission vehicles and green hydrogen production, has announced that it will be hosting its first-ever track day on October 31st at the HORIBA MIRA in the UK. The company’s hydrogen-fuel-cell powered vehicles (FCEV) have an impressive range of over 630 km (400 miles), exceeding the minimum requirement for zero emission vehicles (ZEV) at 193 km. These vehicles have already been tested by energy company SSE Plc. and fleet management company Rivus.
During the track day event, attendees will have the opportunity to test drive First Hydrogen’s FCEVs and witness the advanced technology under the hood. The event is expected to attract some of Europe’s and the UK’s largest companies from various sectors, including parcel delivery, supermarkets, healthcare, leasing, utilities, and mining. The global electric vehicle market is projected to grow from $500 billion in 2023 to nearly $1.8 billion by 2030, according to Fortune Business Insights.
This event comes at an opportune time, as the UK government has recently recognized FCEVs within its definition of ZEV. This means that sales of FCEVs will now be included in production targets for ZEV. The inclusion of FCEVs in these targets is a significant step towards promoting the adoption of zero-emission vehicles and reducing carbon emissions in the transportation sector.
It is important to note that First Hydrogen Corp. is actively involved in the development of sustainable solutions and is committed to driving the transition towards a greener future. The company’s focus on zero-emission vehicles and green hydrogen production aligns with the global efforts to combat climate change and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
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