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Extreme E commits to hydrogen technologies to power its second season
© Extreme E
Extreme E commits to hydrogen technologies to power its second season
© Extreme E

Extreme E commits to hydrogen technologies to power its second season

International off-road racing series Extreme E has said it will once again use hydrogen fuel cell generators for remote and sustainable electric vehicle charging in its upcoming second season.

Event organisers today (Feb 2) confirmed that they have again teamed up with UK-based AFC Energy to provide its technology at each of the five X Prix in the 2022 season, which kicks on later this month in Neom, Saudi Arabia.

Showcasing how innovate new technologies can replace dirty fuels such as diesel, the system uses hydrogen to generate power which is then used across all the fully electric SUVs in the race.

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