As pollution has declined around the world whilst cities have been locked down to curb the spread of Covid-19, nature has hit the reset button.
The cleaner air, burgeoning urban wildlife and sudden dramatic shift to a less carbon-intensive lifestyle has revealed what can be achieved in just weeks, thrusting green, zero emission technology like hydrogen into the spotlight.
Norway’s Hexagon Composites is driving zero emission mobility for a cleaner energy future. With decades of experience, the company recently combined all of its zero emission solutions into a new business called Hexagon Purus.
A Norwegian company with a strong presence in Germany and the US, Hexagon Purus specialises in Type 4 composite cylinder technology and fuel systems. Type 4 cylinders are lightweight, extremely robust and can store gas at very high pressure, which is important to maximise fuel storage and vehicle range.
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