Date:9 February 2010

Unveiled in London a few months ago, the hydrogen-powered Riversimple caused a minor sensation.


Inspired by the work of the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Amory Lovins on lightweight network electric vehicles, racing driver Hugo Spowers founded Riversimple and came up with a radical new approach to personal mobility. Key to its operations is a lightweight electric vehicle constructed from carbon composites and powered by hydrogen fuel cells.


Image and video credit: Riversimple


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