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Following an initiative from the cluster Véhicule du Futur, members from the automotive clusters and training centres Fahrzeug-Initiative Rheinland-Pfalz e.V and autoregion.eu (Germany), Technifutur and Campus Francorchamps (Belgium), ARIA Lorraine and ARIA Champagne-Ardenne (Eastern France) as well as the Luxembourg Automobility Cluster discoverd regional activities and mobility solutions based on hydrogen and fuel cells.

On the programme: Presentation of the regional hydrogen mobility activities, exchanges with researchers from the Fuel Cell platform FC Lab in Belfort, and the discovery of the MobyPost vehicle. This vehicle has been developped within a European FP7 project of the same name, with the participation of members from the cluster Véhicule du Futur.

Photos: © ARIA Lorraine, Fahrzeug-Initiative Rheinland-Pfalz

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