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Scottish students use miniature hydrogen fuel cells to power LEGO cars in new competition
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Scottish students use miniature hydrogen fuel cells to power LEGO cars in new competition

A new competition has tasked Scottish students to develop a green hydrogen-fuelled vehicle made of LEGO with the winners from each city set to compete in a green final in Glasgow during COP26.

Aiming to inspire and educate the younger generation in Scotland, the Scottish Schools’ Hydrogen Challenge tasks 7,000 students to create a LEGO car powered by a miniature hydrogen fuel cell with the winner decided by distance.

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The competition came to fruition through a collaboration between Arcola Energy, ITM Power and ScottishPower with education on the importance of green hydrogen a significant factor to the challenge’s creation.

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