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Hydrogen-fueled Minibus Debuts at Grove Fuel Cell Symposium

16-passenger minibus is powered by hydrogen fuel cell and developed in Wales, UK. Photo courtesy of Richard Harding.

Published: 26-Sep-2007

A PROTOTYPE minibus fuelled by hydrogen and created in Wales will be showcased for the first time in London this week.

The idea of experts at the University of Glamorgan, funded by the Energy Saving Trust and supported by the Welsh Assembly Government, the minibus will be the only passenger vehicle, larger than a car, to be exhibited at the Tenth Grove Fuel Cell Symposium.

The event is a platform for the progress being made in the fuel cell industry in the UK and the many applications for the technology.

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