Hyundai collaborates with French companies on hydrogen vehicles
Hyundai Motor has signed a memorandum of understanding with some French energy companies to expand the sale of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles in France.
Under the agreement Hyundai will work with Air Liquide and Engie to promote the use of FCEV and create hydrogen filling stations throughout France.
The agreement follows the announcement of Hyundai's strategic plan to export 5,000 Full Cell vehicles to France by 2025.
Air Liquide will build two new filling stations for hydrogen cars in the Paris region and, with a view to technological interchange , announced the installation of four new hydrogen stations for vehicles mobility in Korea.
On Sunday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in visited Paris to attend a test event of the new Nexo.