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Hydrogen-Powered Vehicle Design by University of Nottingham

According to the article posted in :indiaeducationdiary, the recent research by the University of Nottingham is set to help shape the design of hydrogen-powered refrigerated vehicles as part of a £1million project. 

The key elements of the study according to the article is,

  • Research Goal –  Develop dual-use energy storage technology for hydrogen-powered food transport.
  • Collaboration – Working with key players in the UK food transport industry.
  • Benefits – Reduced emissions, lower fuel costs, improved food freshness and eco-friendliness.

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