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First Hydrogen Track Day with Europe and UK’s Largest Companies

First Hydrogen Corp. (TSXV: FHYD) (OTC: FHYDF) (FSE: FIT) announced further to its previous news that its first-ever track day will be held on October 31st at the HORIBA MIRA, UK. 

First Hydrogen is a Vancouver and London UK-based company focused on zero-emission vehicles, green hydrogen production and distribution. The company’s hydrogen-fuel-cell powered vehicles (FCEV) boasted a range of >630 km (400 miles), which is far more than the minimum range requirement for zero emission vehicle (ZEV) at 193 km only.

The vehicles have been trialed with energy company SSE Plc. and fleet management company Rivus

All attendees will get the chance to test drive the company’s FCEV and see its under-the-hood technology. Fortune Business Insights projected that the global EV market will grow from $500 billion in 2023 to nearly $1.8 billion by 2030. 

Attendees will include some of Europe’s and UK’s largest companies from various sectors, including parcel delivery, supermarkets, healthcare, leasing, utilities, and mining. 

As the company’s CEO said: “With the UK Government’s recent recognition of FCEV within its definition of ZEV, sales of the FCEVs will be included in production targets for ZEV.”

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