Additionally, the Toyota hydrogen fuel cell car will be tested when MEP’s travel between Brussels and Strasbourg. By testing the Toyota Mirai, the European Parliament wants to support its call for zero-emission vehicles and respective alternative refuelling infrastructure.
The interest in hydrogen is recently increasing as it becomes more evident that it has the potential to significantly contribute to CO2 reduction in the transport and other sectors where pure electrification has its limits. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles are relevant for intense usage and long-distance drives as required by the EU Parliament, emitting nothing but water. The car will be fuelled at Air Liquid’s Hydrogen Station that was built on the grounds of Toyota’s Technical Centre in Zaventem and it will utilise the hydrogen station network of H2Mobility Germany when driving to Strasbourg.