UK Firm Plans Hydrogen Fuel Cell Scooter

Valeswood ETD, based in Moseley, has brought together experts from Birmingham, Finland and China to create the product.

Published: 23-Nov-2006

A Birmingham, England environmental technology company is spearheading a project to develop affordable hydrogen-powered scooters.

Valeswood ETD, based in Moseley, has brought together experts from Birmingham, Finland and China to create the product.

Hydrogen fuel cells convert hydrogen into electricity that can be used to power a variety of objects. It is a more environmentally friendly alternative source of energy as the only emission it produces is water.

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