Peugeot bets on hydrogen for its commercial e-Expert


Hydrogen will be a fundamental pillar of the energy transition. Many international projects have been announced, especially in Europe, and thanks to numerous investments, an ecosystem is developing. The investment of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance is estimated at around 60,000 million euros.

The hydrogen distribution network has been powered by various government plans and is constantly growing in Europe, and PEUGEOT works directly with energy suppliers to offer various offers.

The brand is one of the first manufacturers to offer a standard van powered by a hydrogen fuel cell: the PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen. With this new model, equipped with the most advanced electrification technologies, PEUGEOT continues to expand its mobility offer without polluting emissions.

The fuel cell guarantees fast refueling, opening up the possibility of intensive use without emissions, which was previously impossible with other available technologies. Three minutes is enough to store the hydrogen needed to cover several hundred kilometers in 100% electric mode. This will be the key to attracting new users to electric vehicles.

The new PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen uses a new generation of technology called “Next gen e-Van Hydrogen efficiency”. With the multi-energy modular platform EMP2 (Efficient Modular Platform), the PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen is a 100% electric car that combines two electrical energy sources thanks to the innovative “mid-power plug-in hydrogen fuel cell electric” system by STELLANTIS. This system combines a rechargeable battery from the mains with a fuel cell that is powered by the hydrogen in the tanks under the floor of the vehicle. The PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen benefits from all the advantages of hydrogen, battery technology and electric propulsion.

Source: La Verdad


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