Extreme E: Hydrogen-powered electric rally series deemed a success

A hydrogen power generator has successfully supported Extreme E’s 2021 season, having charged vehicles in Saudi Arabia, Senegal and Greenland without emitting harmful emissions.

The electric rally championship joined forces with AFC Energy last year to deploy its hydrogen fuel cell generator to remotely charge the race fleet. Deemed a success, the generator will continue to support vehicles.

Already in the rally, AFC Energy’s technology has operated in a range of challenging conditions, including in the desert, the arctic and in high humidity environments – and it has travelled thousands of miles.

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