The world is changing, population is growing and there are serious challenges facing us; resource depletion, air quality, pollution in the oceans. We need solutions to these problems and Microcab is on a journey developing new concepts in response to some of the fundamental environmental questions of our time.
Microcab H2EV, in operation with our colleagues at ULB, Brussels, drives out to the Butte de Lion, the monument to the Battle of Waterloo where Napoleon met his downfall. The vehicle fills with hydrogen at the station at Zavantem, near the airport in Brussels. The Air Liquide hydrogen station was installed as part of the FCH-JU funded SWARM project.
Germany’s 51st hydrogen refuelling station opened in Frechen, Cologne on Friday 21 Sept. This was the second Air Liquide station to be opened as part of the FCH JU funded SWARM project. Microcab’s generation 3 SWARM vehicle and a Toyota Mirai were present along with invited guests including the Mayor of Frechen, Susanne Stupp, seen here filling the Mirai with hydrogen.
Microcab Industries has pioneered the design of lean weight hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, specifically designed to improve air quality, with zero emissions at point of use. They are extremely efficient, supporting the global sustainability agenda as resources become more scarce.
At Osborne House, built by Queen Victoria
At Gurnard School with excited kids!
20 April 2016
As part of the EcoIsland project with ITM Power and Arcola Energy, Microcab tours the Isle of Wight, stopping at famous landmarks and six primary schools where the kids get their first sight of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.