The world’s first fuel cell motorcycle was born in England
In the context of global warming and energy shortages, the development of new energy vehicles has become a national engineer’s top priority. And a vehicle powered by a clean fuel cell engine, the vehicles designed for the real world are likely to be on sale in the near future on a global market.
British technicians have successfully developed the world’s first fuel cell motorcycle (ENV), and now they are testing the latest products of this exciting project.
This is an important step in providing a practical and easy to get, more clean and efficient motorcycle. This type of motorcycle is expected to significantly reduce emissions from around the world.
ENV is the first hydrogen-powered hybrid electric motorbike with almost the same performance as other motorcycles, but the motorcycles are almost silent and are only steaming.
The new motorcycle, developed by the British Clean Power Systems Smart Energy, is equipped with the latest air-cooled clean fuel cell power system, fueled by hydrogen cylinders that can be filled in minutes, with a maximum mileage of 350 km.
The new motorcycle first public road test was conducted in Loughborough. After that, the road test expanded to a controlled road team test in cities such as London. In these cities, zero-emission vehicles, such as fuel cell scooters, have the greatest initial potential.
“This new type of fuel cell motorcycle makes me very excited,” said Kit Malthouse, vice mayor of London and chairman of the London Hydrogen Partnership Association, who watched one of the new car demonstrations. This is a very good piece of equipment How people can fight climate change without sacrificing themselves. ”
Malthouse said: “This motorcycle only produces water, is the result of human success.I hope that the Londoners will throw away their 20th century motorcycle, buy a motorcycle for the 21st century production.