Microcab to Exhibit Hydrogen Car at Top Engineering Show in the UK

Conventry University's Microcab will show off their zero-emission vehicle expertise at the 2013 Automotive Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham, from Tuesday 12th - Wednesday 13th November. For more information on the event, please visit www.ukautoengineering.com.
In an article published by Fuel Cell Today, Bernard Porter, Director of low carbon vehicle programmes at Coventry University, said: "We're delighted to have this opportunity to exhibit at the Automotive Engineering Show with Microcab and to play such a prominent role in showcasing the UK's cutting-edge expertise in low carbon transport development. It's appropriate that the West Midlands should be hosting this show given its engineering pedigree and the fantastic research in this field being done by universities like Coventry. Hydrogen and its associated infrastructure have the potential to make a major contribution to the UK's low carbon economy, so it's critical that this region remains at the forefront of the push to promote new and clean technologies. There are significant opportunities for businesses on the road ahead." To see the full article in Fuel Cell Today, please visit http://fuelcelltoday.com/news-events/news-archive/2013/november/uk-university-to-exhibit-hydrogen-car-at-top-engineering-show As part of the SWARM project, ten Microcabs will be rolled out onto roads in the Midlands to be trialled in everyday situations by Birmingham City Council, Coventry University and the University of Birmingham.
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