Coventry University, along with spin-out Microcab, due to demonstrate zero-emission hydrogen fuel car.

Coventry University and its spin-out Microcab are due to demonstrate a hydrogen fuel-cell car next week in Birmingham where its only exhaust emission is water.

The car, H2EV, is a part of the world’s largest hydrogen fuel cell trial which was launched in Europe this summer. The EU-funded SWARM project will see a fleet of 90 hydrogen-powered cars complete a three-year development programme in the UK, Belgium, and Germany. A part of the trial will be conducted by Birmingham City…

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