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Extreme E hosts The Duke of Cambridge to showcase hydrogen and battery-electric prowess
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Extreme E hosts The Duke of Cambridge to showcase hydrogen and battery-electric prowess

Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, was provided the opportunity to take a look at Extreme E’s hydrogen fuel cell and battery-electric vehicles to learn more about the environmental impact that the series is having.

The event had been hosted at the Knockhill Racing Circuit, Scotland, on Saturday (May 22) and saw Alejandro Agag, CEO and Founder of Extreme E accompanied by Adam Bond, CEO of AFC Energy, reveal how to get the best out of a battery-powered racing car.

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The brainchild of the people behind the Formula E racing series, Extreme E sees teams racing bespoke off-road electric SUVs in some of the remote corners of the planet, powered by AFC Energy’s hydrogen-fuelled H-Power Charger.

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