Enterprise adds 17 hydrogen cars to UK fleet

Car rental firm Enterprise has added nearly 20 hydrogen fuel cell electric cars (FCEVs) to its UK fleet in a bid to deliver zero emission transport.

The 17 Toyota Mirai saloons will be used in a pilot programme by existing corporate customers in different parts of the country, by Enterprise Car Club members and by Enterprise employees, Enterprise said in a statement.

Enterprise works closely with manufacturers to explore how emerging technologies such as hydrogen fuel cells can be deployed in real world scenarios.

The fuel cell on board the Toyota Mirai uses hydrogen to make electricity to power its motor.

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