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Hyundai powers sustainable fish farming

Hyundai is to put its hydrogen technology on display at The Design Museum in London this month as part of a world-first display-an aquaponics farm powered Hyundai’s FCEV technology.

Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell in London Big BenAquaponics is a sustainable farming solution which allows fish farms to recycle fish waste to grow crops. In the new technology display, Hyundai’s first hydrogen-powered car, the ix35 FCEV will see its water vapour emissions condensed into water to filter into the fish tank, while old fish waste will be filtered to grow vegetables.

The installation is to be unveiled by Deputy Mayor of London Kit Malthouse on October 21, 2013. Visitors throughout the day will have access to the Fuel Cell Farm and be offered the opportunity to see, touch and learn more about fuel cell technology from experts.

Hyundai’s Fuel Cell Farm will be free of charge for the public to attend. More information will be available at www.hyundai.co.uk/fuel-cell-farm.

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Faye Sunderland

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