Global engineering consultancy Ricardo is investing £2.5m to build a hydrogen development and test facility at its Shoreham Technical Centre in the UK.
Designed to support the company’s existing work in hydrogen, fuel cells and green alternative fuels, the new facility will deliver state-of-the-art test and development to advance capability in both alternative fuels and electric vehicles.
Steve Dyke, Managing Director of Ricardo Automotive and Industrial, said the new facility means the company can ramp up its range of hydrogen and fuel cell services and solutions.
“We are already working with a range of clients on hydrogen and fuel cell technology, providing clean efficient solutions which reduce carbon and noxious emissions across a wide range of sectors,” Dyke said.
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