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Hyundai delivers Nexo hydrogen cars to Malaysia energy firm

All News 09:21 May 28, 2019

SEOUL, May 28 (Yonhap) -- Hyundai Motor Co. said Tuesday it has delivered two Nexo hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles to a Malaysian energy company as part of its hydrogen auto expansion strategy.

Sarawak Energy Berhad, Malaysia's state-run electricity supplier, is pushing for a project to build hydrogen output facilities and charging stations. The two Nexos will be used as test vehicles in Malaysia's public sector, Hyundai Motor said in a statement.

"Starting with the supply of two Nexos in Malaysia, Hyundai Motor is planning to promote hydrogen-powered vehicles in Southeast Asia," a Hyundai official said in the statement.

In the January-May period, Hyundai Motor said it sold over 1,000 Nexos in global markets.

This photo taken May 27, 2019, and provided by Hyundai Motor shows the Nexo hydrogen fuel-cell electric car displayed at the opening ceremony of a hydrogen charging station in Sarawak, Malaysia. (Yonhap)


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