After Paris, HYVIA presents Master Van H2-TECH in Brussels during the European hydrogen week

After revealing Renault Master Van H2-TECH at the Paris Motor Show from 17 to 23 October, HYVIA is moving to the European capital. The brand will exhibit its hydrogen van in its production version at the Hydrogen Europe show (Stand 9A, Hall 11). Mehdi Ferhan, COO HYVIA, will be speaking at the High Level Policy Conference on 25 October on the theme of the transformation of the hydrogen mobility sector. This round table is part of the European Hydrogen Week (24-28 October), the biggest annual event dedicated to hydrogen. HYVIA is a joint venture between Renault Group and Plug, created in June 2021.

After Paris, HYVIA presents Master Van H2-TECH in Brussels during the European hydrogen week

Today, HYVIA is ready to hit the roads of Europe with the Master Van H2-TECH: zero emissions, 5-minute recharge time and 400 km range. With 12 m3 of volume and 1.80 m height in the loading area, it is the ideal vehicle for transporters and fleets.HYVIA has recently been confirmed as part of the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) “Hy2Tech”, a major step to develop partnerships with many French and European players. HYVIA will benefit from the support of the French government for the development of several generations of vehicles, and for the deployment of its fuel cell plant.

Master Van H2-TECH is a hydrogen van, with a load volume of 12m3, adapted to the transport of goods and parcels, which meets the needs of professionals for their intensive use. It is equipped with a 30 kW fuel cell, a 33 kWh battery and tanks containing 6.4 kg of hydrogen (4 tanks of 1.6 kg).

Its main advantages are zero emissions, a recharge time of 5 minutes and a range of 400 km. It has a height of 1.80 m in the loading area, making it possible to stand upright inside and facilitating the organisation and delivery of goods and packages.

Master Van H2-TECH is manufactured in France: production of the vehicle at the Batilly plant, assembly and testing of the fuel cell at the HYVIA plant in Flins and integration of the fuel cell at Gretz-Armainvilliers, near Paris.


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