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MH-EK project to explore hydrogen technology and HFCEV’s in Wales
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MH-EK project to explore hydrogen technology and HFCEV’s in Wales

A new green hydrogen electrolyser and car refueller is expected to arrive at Milford Haven Waterfront as part of a £4.5m ($6.28m) Energy Kingdom (MH:EK) project.

The project will demonstrate the practical application of hydrogen technology and test the feasibility of two hydrogen powered Rasa hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (HFCEV’s).

These will be built by Welsh company Riversimple and operate as fleet cars in and around the Haven.

The MH:EK team will build a green hydrogen electrolyser and refueller on the Milford Waterfront that will produce green hydrogen on site to fuel the two trial HFCEV’s.

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