© Hyundai Motor Group
© Hyundai Motor Group

Hyundai provides hydrogen-powered FCEV to Korean fire department

Hyundai Motor Group has provided a hydrogen-powered fuel cell support bus to the Korean National Fire Agency to use in the line of duty.

Hyundai’s Universe fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) was designed with input from Korean firefighters and Jeju Island’s Fire Department, where it will be put into use.

The vehicle will boast a compact cooking area; an external air tent with power supply from the support bus; a high-pressure air gun and high-pressure water gun; and a storage area for fire-resistant clothing.

Hydrogen and oxygen are supplied to the FCEV on Jeju Island to generate electricity. The region is known for its commitment to the energy transition and will provide green hydrogen from the production complex on the island.

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