Suzuki, British company produce hydrogen-powered motorcycle
November 29, 2007
Filed under Features
A U.K. company and Suzuki have developed the Crosscage, a hydrogen-powered motorcycle, a British Midland Development Corp. press release stated.
The motorcycle runs nearly silent and emits pure water. Pricing has prevented previous mass-produced hydrogen bikes, but the partnership between Suzuki and Intelligent Energy, a commercial developer of Proton Exchange Membrane fuel cell technology, has created a breakthrough.
“This is just one of many examples of innovation coming out of the British Midlands,” said Vern Sebby, president and CEO of the British Midlands
Development Corp., in the release. “There are over 3,000 foreign companies operating in the Midlands and many of them are there to partner with our local companies and universities.”