Bramble Energy is using a fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) for its day-to-day business in a bid to demonstrate how hydrogen fuel cells can be used effectively in real life applications.
The hydrogen fuel cell start-up took delivery of a Toyota Mirai in September and the car has already covered more than 1,500 miles.
Based in Crawley, Sussex, Bramble Energy said it will refuel its Mirai at the Shell and ITM Power hydrogen station at nearby Gatwick Airport.
The company has plans to drive the car to Scotland for a supplier visit to demonstrate the viability of FCEVs in providing zero emission transport.
“By adopting the Mirai for our business we can help demonstrate how hydrogen fuel cells can be used effectively in real-life applications,” said Tom Mason, Bramble Energy CEO.
“The Toyota Mirai is a superb example of the fact that fuel cell systems are reliable and easy to use and it is a very comfortable way of travelling.”
“We will use our Mirai to connect us to our suppliers and customers, all while emitting only water, improving local air quality and demonstrating the maturity of fuel cell technology.”
“At Bramble Energy we are committed to our mission of Powering Net Zero with our innovative PCBFC platform technology.”
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