Osnabrück Police to trial hydrogen car

Germany’s Osnabrück Police Department will trial a hydrogen patrol car in a bid to make its fleet more environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Osnabrück will be the first police authority in Germany to operate a Hyundai Nexo, expected to be presented to the public during the first quarter of 2020.

Police Commissioner Michael Maßmann said, “This is a good day for more climate friendliness and less CO2 emissions in the mobility of the police.”

“I am pleased that we have succeeded in being able to test the fuel cell technology in our management in Osnabrück.”

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