Hydrogen-powered mobile clinic set to revolutionise health sector

Toyota and the Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto hospital are set to showcase a fuel cell electric vehicle mobile clinic, which they say is the world’s first.

The two companies have agreed a partnership to begin demonstration testing of the fuel cell electric vehicle mobile clinic (FCEV mobile clinic) that uses hydrogen to generate electricity, by summer 2021.

Creating this new mobile FCEV demonstrates the capability and reliability of hydrogen fuel cells in addition to a transition for decarbonisation of the emergency services.

Read more: South African hospital uses hydrogen as its primary power source

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