There are already more than 100 hydrogen-powered taxis on the roads in Copenhagen

The Danish government has ambitious plans to reduce carbon emissions.

Toyota and DRIVR, a taxi service provider, have signed a co-operation agreement to hand over the hundreds of hydrogen-fueled taxis that carry passengers on the streets of Copenhagen. Green Car Congress.

According to the newspaper, the Danish government wants to ensure that the newly launched taxis do not emit carbon dioxide by 2025, and from 2030 all passenger artisans will have to drive a zero-emission car.

Operator of taxis available from the application DRIVR its customers have been able to choose whether to travel by hybrid or electric car for some time, and even a hydrogen-powered vehicle was available, but with the arrival of the hundred-cell Toyota Mirai, many more will be able to choose this mode of transportation.

DRIVR’s fleet consists of hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirai cars (Photo: Toyota / Mikal Scholsser)

“The many new taxis will help get hydrogen filling stations up and running, which is key to improving infrastructure.” said Tejs Lausten Jensen, CEO of Hydrogen Denmark.

Taxis are living examples of green hydrogen technology, with Danish subcontractors among the best in the world

the specialist added.

DRIVR cars are EU Hydrogen Mobility Europe 2 (H2ME2) and the Zero Emission Fleet vehicles For European Rollout (ZEFER) were launched as part of a project to promote hydrogen propulsion in both the passenger and freight sectors.

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