Hyundai joins HFuel Here

2nd April 2012
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ITM Power (AIM: ITM), the energy storage and clean fuel company, announces that Hyundai will use its HFuel on-site hydrogen refueling station at the All-Energy Exhibition and Conference in May to refuel its Fuel Cell SUV.

HFuel will be available at the All-Energy Exhibition and Conference to refuel fuel cell or hydrogen fuelled vehicles and Hyundai is the first automotive OEM to commit to demonstrating its fuel cell vehicle at All-Energy 2012.

Hyundai Managing Director, Tae Won Lim Ph.D, commented: “The Hyundai brand is growing globally both in terms of vehicle sales and our manufacturing footprint. Our corporate slogan is “New Thinking. New Possibilities. New ideas create new values” and the fuel cell vehicle is the reality of our corporate objectives. To have the ability to refuel our vehicle at All-Energy 2012 with hydrogen that is actually generated on site is fantastic.”

ITM Power CEO, Dr. Graham Cooley, commented: “Our HFuel product is now very well tested in the field, refuelling vans, cars and materials handling vehicles. To be able to provide this service to one of the world’s leading and fastest growing automotive OEM’s is a further step forward in our development.”



Rebecca Markillie
Marketing & Communications
E: rlm@itm-power.com
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