Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Yamaha Motor will jointly research the potential development of a hydrogen-fuelled internal combustion engine for two-wheeled vehicles.
The new hydrogen engine could support the creation of zero-emission motorbikes providing a new avenue to decarbonise and expand hydrogen mobility.
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With the two automotive giants set to explore the development of hydrogen engines, the clean energy carrier could become a key vector in the motorbike industry providing a zero-emission power source.
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