Pilot project in India set to assess hydrogen fuel cell vehicles viability in the country

The Indian hydrogen economy has received a boost with the Transport Ministry launching a new pilot project to study and evaluate a fuel cell Toyota Mirai on Indian roads and assess its performance in the country’s climatic conditions.

This is according to The Print, with hydrogen fuel cell vehicles holding promise in the transportation sector due to its adaptability whilst also being highly regarded as a zero-emission fuel for vehicles.

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