Queensland Government adds five hydrogen-powered Nexos to its fleet
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Queensland Government adds five hydrogen-powered Nexos to its fleet

Five hydrogen-powered Hyundai Nexos have hit roads in Queensland, Australia.

On Saturday (August 21) Mick de Brenni, Queensland’s Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen took the covers off the vehicles as the Nexos joined the state Government’s fleet.

Part of an effort to cut emissions, the new vehicle additions mark a landmark 100 electric vehicles in the Government’s fleet that are available for health staff, educators and community workers.

“These head-turning vehicles will be fuelled with home-grown Queensland hydrogen as they are tested in on-road conditions over the next three years. Leasing them as part of our trial of fuel cell electric vehicle technology highlights the fact that QFleet – the government’s fleet manager – continues to drive Queensland’s renewable transport options,” Minister de Brenni said.

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