H2X Global is set to launch its Australian developed hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle.
The Warrego Ute, will be unveiled at the global launch on Queensland’s Gold Coast in November 2021. H2X is already taking orders, with delivery slated for April 2022.
Warrego uses hydrogen power, shattering the myth that ‘green’ can’t compete with diesel.
H2X Global’s Warrego Ute’s features
Featuring a 200kW motor system, 66KW and optional 90KW fuel cell systems and 60-100KW output energy storage systems between the battery and super capacitor units, the Warrego hydrogen vehicle has a 500km driving range within a quick refuelling time of 3 to 5 minutes.
H2X’s vehicles are fitted with the H2X powertrain system, developed to improve efficiency by maximising kinetic energy usage and flexibility for different users dependent on their needs.
H2X has a wide network of support partners in Australia and developing in key locations globally capable of providing accelerated distribution, servicing, and after sales support.
The Warrego is the first in a range of uniquely designed and developed fuel cell electric vehicles which will be released by H2X over the next 24 months.
H2X founder and CEO Brendan Norman said, “The H2X range is designed to meet the demand for efficient, cost effective and sustainable cars, trucks, buses and other forms of transport.”
“We are the first Australian company to produce a commercial vehicle to meet those demands.”
H2X Global is leading a revolution
With the unique H2X Hybrid Fuel Cell System, a vehicle can run on pure hydrogen, which drastically reduces refuelling time and increases driving range and hydrogen efficiency.
H2X’s fuel cell technology is based on decades of experience in vehicle development and targets high use vehicles for commercial and sharing purposes where the vehicle is key.
Hydrogen fuel cells are a major focus globally given the advancements that have enabled hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) to refuel more quickly and travel longer distances.
FCEVs offer the ability to be refuelled in a similar style and speed to traditional vehicles, and this level of convenience lends itself well to professional vehicles that cannot afford to be off the road for long periods as is the case with battery electric vehicles (BEVs).
H2X is pushing into new markets, with products due for release in the coming months to show new ways of working with hydrogen and bringing clean energy to many applications in cities.
With a diverse range of products off a common platform, H2X can quickly support financially sound business cases for hydrogen rather than battery electric for commercial vehicles.
BEVs have long charging times, limited life, and issues with disposal of lithium batteries.
H2X’s unique product range will support a diverse range of units offering several options in any location to allow for hydrogen refuelling facilities to reach critical volume to be cost efficient within a year of operation, globally setting the pace for hydrogen rollout programs.
“H2X works with hydrogen infrastructure providers and forward-thinking industries to establish ecosystems which are cost effective from the start, where we look to offer multiple applications of vehicles to make it easy to reach a critical mass in one location,” Norman said.
“This supports not only the refuelling exercise, but also allows us to establish high-quality after sales operations in all locations where our customers will be using hydrogen.”
“Hydrogen ecosystems deliver exciting opportunities for a wide range of products to be delivered more quickly. Our products mainly focus on this market.”
H2X is a leader in hydrogen vehicles like utes, motorbikes, trains, delivery vans and ships.
The company is preparing for a listing on a major global exchange. It is currently undertaking a capital raising as it works to position itself as a premium hydrogen vehicle manufacturer.
Customers can reserve their new Warrego Ute now for no upfront cost.