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Dutch university students break speed records with their hydrogen cars

Dutch university students break speed records with their hydrogen cars

Among the projects that seek to advance in the research of this type of engines, the one promoted by the Dutch University of Delft stands out. Since 2007, a group of students from its technology center have been working on a hydrogen-powered racing car.

Forze H2, The name of the university's racing team, in this time it has built six cars and broken several speed records with this type of vehicle, a not inconsiderable achievement for a project coordinated and directed entirely by young students.

Mats Dirkzwager, team leader, believes that the future of hydrogen is very promising: “Car manufacturers are increasingly interested in this technology. They have realized that the public demand for ecological solutions is growing day by day ”.

The Energy Newspaper


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