Hydrogen taxi fleet in Berlin surpasses one million kilometres of journeys

Anglo American has announced its hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) fleet has passed more than one million zero emission kilometres across 100,000 customer journeys.

The H2 Moves Berlin project is Germany’s largest FCEV fleet, jointly initiated with Toyota Germany and taxi operator, SafeDriver Group-ENNOO.

The fleet is part of Anglo American’s strategy to support the acceleration of zero-emission transport through the deployment of platinum-enabled hydrogen FCEVs, which serves as the catalyst to generate electricity in the fuel cell.

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