Hyundai ix35 Refuels at Ajusa Hydrogen Station

18 Jan 2013

Ajusa Hyundai ix35

Spanish automotive component and fuel cell developer, Ajusa, had a visit from Hyundai on January 8th to refuel one of its ix35 fuel cell electric vehicles at Ajusa’s Don Qhyxote hydrogen station. The vehicle was successfully filled to 350 bar with hydrogen, marking the first occasion a commercial, non-Ajusa vehicle has refuelled at the station.

The station has been open since the start of 2012 and currently supports a range of Ajusa’s own prototype vehicles, such as cars and scooters. In the future, the station will be open to the public once fuel cell cars begin to arrive on Spanish roads.

 

Source: Ajusa e-mailed press release.


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