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Breaking News hydrogen as cleanest energy a  hot topic  in transport world | Breaking News

Hydrogen As Cleanest Energy A ‘Hot Topic’ In Transport World

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hydrogen as cleanest energy a  hot topic  in transport world | Breaking News

Hydrogen as clean energy is getting a hot topic the last 12 months. The company ‘Green Tomato Cars’ bought 50 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen electric cars. Nikola Motors is building its hydrogen lorries . The company Anheuser-Bush also ordered 800 hydrogen trucks from the zero-emission start-up Nikola.

Clean energy hydrogen drone from MetaVista

The South Korean company MetaVista has developed a hydrogen powered drone which stayed during the latest test for 11 hours in the air with only 390g of liquid hydrogen. It is believed this is the longest flight of its kind in history. The MetaVista company used the 650W Fuel cell Power Module.
The 390 grams of liquid hydrogen fuel was stored in a special designed 6L cylinder. When connected with the intelligent Energy’s FCPM it can provide 1865Wh/kg. The lightweight fuel cell is a huge improvement in compare with UAV (unmanned aircraft vehicle) using batteries. It is a real gamechanger for user who work commercially and need to stay longer in the air.

According the UN about 2.5 billion people will live in cities by 2050. What a possibilities hydrogen clean energy drones could have in logistics lke last mile deliveries without CO2 emissions.

https://nikolamotor.com/hydrogen

Cover photo by: MetaVista. MetaVista used 390 grams of liquid hydrogen in a specially designed 6L cylinder for the flight. 

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Hydrogen As Cleanest Energy A ‘Hot Topic’ In Transport World

Hydrogen as clean energy is getting a hot topic the last 12 months. The company ‘Green Tomato Cars’ bought 50 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen electric cars. Nikola Motors is building its hydrogen lorries . The company Anheuser-Bush also ordered 800 hydrogen trucks from the zero-emission start-up Nikola . Clean energy hydrogen drone from MetaVista The South Korean company MetaVista has developed a hydrogen powered drone which stayed during the latest test for 11 hours in the air with only 390g of liquid hydrogen. It is believed this is the longest flight of its kind in history. The MetaVista company used the 650W Fuel cell Power Module. The 390 grams of liquid hydrogen fuel was stored in a special designed 6L cylinder. When connected with the intelligent Energy’s FCPM it can provide 1865Wh/kg. The lightweight fuel cell is a huge improvement in compare with UAV (unmanned aircraft vehicle) using batteries. It is a real gamechanger for user who work commercially and need to stay longer in the air. According the UN about 2.5 billion people will live in cities by 2050. What a possibilities hydrogen clean energy  drones could have in logistics lke last mile deliveries without CO2 emissions. https://nikolamotor.com/hydrogen {youtube} Cover photo by: MetaVista. MetaVista used 390 grams of liquid hydrogen in a specially designed 6L cylinder for the flight.  https://www.whatsorb.com/agri-gardening/drones-safeguarding-your-food-and-lands