H2X using its technology to revolutionise the automotive industry

The team at H2X has been building one of Australia’s first hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV) manufacturing companies. With a track record of having already delivered several thousand of these emission-free machines on the road, this group of trailblazers is set to help Australia decarbonise the automotive industry and disrupt the market through cutting-edge technology.

H2X’s team of internationally recognised experts have a proven track record developing and producing hydrogen vehicles on a commercial scale. So far, the team have already created an ecosystem poised to provide Australia with a new and vibrant, internationally competitive industry.

The company’s spirit comes from a shared vision to harness the power of renewable energy to take Australia’s automotive market into industry 5.0. Led by CEO Brendan Norman, the group is striving to redefine how Aussies view electric vehicles by providing affordable, reliable, high-quality, and low-maintenance solutions, pushing the limits of green energy.

“We have spent the past 12 months building our capability through alliances and partnerships with suppliers in the hydrogen and renewable energy generation market,” said Norman. “The intervention of the pandemic gave us time to get our planning and processes right. We have emerged much stronger and with multiple projects underway. The support of our funding partner, Liberty Energy Capital, has given us great flexibility to implement our manufacturing and development agenda.”

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