Equipped with a 33 kWh battery and a 30 kW fuel cell, the Renault Master H2-Tech has no less than 4 tanks housed on the roof of the vehicle, with a total capacity of 6 kg of hydrogen, which allows it to travel 500 km with a full tank which only takes a few minutes.

This vehicle was produced by Hyvia, the joint venture between Renault and Plug Power, a company specializing in conversions to this type of fuel.

Available initially in a 12 m3 version, the Master H2-Tech will then be available in a 19 m3 variant (but with a range limited to 250 km) and in a van intended for transporting people.

Hyvia will also build its own hydrogen stations which will be offered for sale or rental.

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