RONN Motor Group is expected to launch its hydrogen fuel cells logistics vehicles for European distribution from a new decarbonisation hub in Barcelona, Spain.
The decarbonisation hub will act as a headquarters for RONN’s hydrogen related projects and will help the company extend into various European hydrogen economies.
RONN will use the site as a headquarters as part of an agreement with Nissan and the Spanish government.
RONN, who recently joined the joint venture, could rebrand the e-NV200 as a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle sold under the Hydronn brand for anticipated European distributors.
As part of the RONN portfolio, the group boasts its Myst Q-Series luxury SUV and Sedan that are all-electric, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles that can travel an anticipated 700km range.
Named for the fact the only emission from a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is water vapour, the Myst takes its design cues from the “Scorpion”, RONN Motor’s hydrogen enhanced supercar.
Ronn Ford, CEO and founder of RONN, said, “Spain’s leadership in the development and deployment of the hydrogen economy positions the Decarbonisation Hub as the ideal European headquarters for RONN.
“The partnership with QEV Tech and BTECH will result in the creation of a powerful innovation hub, which will not only transform sustainable mobility but attract investment, generate jobs, and build an ecosystem for growth.”
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