Toyota brings 100 hydrogen taxis to the streets of Copenhagen

The official Toyota importer in Denmark supplied 100 hydrogen-powered vehicles to the Copenhagen public taxi service.

The partnership comes as a result of the Danish government’s initiative to make all taxis in the capital green by 2025, and by 2030 there will be only zero-emission taxis.

Zero emissions, priority no. 1 of the Danes

The 100 hydrogen taxis have been launched as part of European projects to introduce hydrogen into public transport in Europe. These projects aim to spread viable hydrogen-based transport solutions to all EU member states. At the same time, the initiators of the project plan to build several thousand hydrogen filling stations in Denmark.

In addition to the public taxi service called DRIVR, the new hydrogen-powered Toyota cars will also be available for hire in Copenhagen. DRIVR provides public transport in the Danish capital by taxi services, transport of company employees, politicians, as well as transport of citizens with various disabilities and medical transport.

According to the Danish authorities, hydrogen-powered cars are very suitable for public transport because they have considerable autonomy and are powered in the same way and at the same time as a conventional car with an internal combustion engine, with the difference that they have no harmful emissions.

Toyota Denmark representatives have announced that they will not stop here and that they will also deliver other hydrogen-powered vehicles in the future.

Source: Toyota

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