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Testing centre introduces hydrogen fuel cell vehicle testing facilities
© Allison Transmission
Testing centre introduces hydrogen fuel cell vehicle testing facilities
© Allison Transmission

Testing centre introduces hydrogen fuel cell vehicle testing facilities

In an effort to further develop zero-emission mobility solutions, Allison Transmission has today (August 30) revealed it has introduced hydrogen fuel cell vehicle testing at its Vehicle Electrification + Environmental Test Centre (VEETC).

The expansion of capacities offers a 60,000 square-foot facility to its partners to bring new, innovative technology and hydrogen-powered vehicle systems to market faster and more efficiently.

Under the establishment of hydrogen testing capabilities, the facility now provides the ability to safely detect and manage hydrogen gas or flames. Additionally, the system includes a low-pressure, constant supply of hydrogen directly fed into a vehicle’s fuel cell, providing extended test runs while minimising downtime for refuelling.

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