The National Centre for Manufacturing Science has awarded a team from Nikola Powersports and Pratt & Miller Engineering a $5m grant to integrate a hydrogen fuel cell into the Nikola Reckless electric vehicle.
Nikola will receive $1m of the $5m grant and will work directly with the project partners to allocate the remaining funds.
“For the first time this allows Nikola, in collaboration with Pratt & Miller Engineering, the opportunity to integrate hydrogen fuel cell technology in an electric off-road vehicle,” said Andrew Christian, Nikola’s Vice-President of Defence for Nikola Powersports.
“This is truly a ground-breaking effort in quest to have a zero emission future.”
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