A trio for zero emissions: Lotus, Microcab and Delta Motorsport combine with latest hydrogen car


Conceived by Coventry University, engineered by Lotus and fuelled by hydrogen, a new zero emission hydrogen car has hit Britain’s roads.

Coventry based niche vehicle manufacturer Microcab has launched its new H2EV hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, just a week after the UK’s first public hydrogen refuelling station was opened in Swindon.

Dave Wright, Director of Strategic Development at Coventry University, said, “Microcab’s new vehicle, the hydrogen fuelling station on the University campus and the CABLED trial, are all accelerating Coventry’s presence in the low carbon and alternative energy sector.”

“These green credentials will open up international opportunities for the University to work on projects in hydrogen and fuel cell power, and will put the city at the cutting edge of developments in this exciting technology.”

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