During our quest in our documentary "H2", a film about tomorrow's transportation, we discovered that Hyundai is one of the first to put a hydrogen car on the market. To take inventory of the possibilities on driving on hydrogen at this stage, they followed up by organizing a hydrogen event in Rotterdam. Because the H2 car was there, we drove down to Rotterdam to take it for a spin and film it for ourselves.
|Luk Termeulen Manager Sales Operations; filmmaker before the test-ride|
|Luk Termeulen and Benny Vink after the test ride|
Car as Power plant
One of the speakers was Professor Ad van Wijk from The Green Village/Technical University Delft. He talked about how Hydrogen cars can become our local power plants. We are going to visit Ad van Wijk to film more about this.
|Professor Ad van Wijk on cars as Power Plants|
|Reinier van den Berg, Climate expert & filmmaker Benny Vink|
Below more pictures of the event.
The fuel cell that turns hydrogen in electricity
Refilling Hydrogen cars is faster than recharging batteries in electronic cars.
|Mike Belinfante spokesman Hyunda being interviewed by filmmaker Benny Vink|
|Filmmaker Benny Vink inside the Floating Pavillion|
Professor van Wijk's vision:
How hydrogen cars can be used as a power plant.