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F1 and Extreme E form Hydrogen Working Group with the FIA

The FIA, Formula 1, and Extreme H – the championship currently known as Extreme E – have joined forces to establish a joint Hydrogen Working Group. The group will monitor the progress of the development of hydrogen technology, namely fuel cells and battery systems for vehicle applications in motorsport and wider mobility, as well as race site infrastructure, transportation, charging, storage and management, and all safety implications.
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