European police forces switching to FCEVs

As more and more regions are becoming concerned about inner-city noise and air pollution, several European police forces are turning to fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to meet their mobility needs.

Long driving ranges, cost savings on fuel and short refuelling times all contribute to the vehicles’ popularity among law enforcement bodies.

Hyundai’s second-generation FCEV NEXO is being used in police forces in England and Germany.

Surrey Police in south east England have one NEXO in their fleet and the police force in Osnabrück, Germany, also recently brought a NEXO police car into service.

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