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Unusual hydrogen car could soon be built in UK

Unusual hydrogen car could soon be built in UK

After nine years of development, a hydrogen-powered “Urban Car” was unveiled in London, England in 2009. Now, fifteen years on from coming up with the original concept, the Wales-based start-up company behind it, called Riversimple Engineering, says it is ready to put the car with its “disruptive” technology into production in the UK as soon…Continue Reading

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