Hyundai Motor highlighted its vision for zero-emission mobility solutions at GREENTECH FESTIVAL 2020, which took place from 16-18 of September
During Switch Green, Swiss pioneer and Hyundai brand ambassador Bertrand Piccard outlined the importance of sustainable ecological cases that provide economic advantages for businesses
In addition, Andreas-Christoph Hofmann, Vice President Marketing and Product at Hyundai Motor Europe, presented insights about its upcoming dedicated EV brand, IONIQ, during a panel discussion on the subject of mobility innovation
Mark Freymüller, CEO of Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility, participated in a deep dive discussion about the company’s Fuel Cell truck business case for future mobility and energy solutionsHyundai Motor presented its vision for emission-free mobility solutions at GREENTECH FESTIVAL 2020, which took place this week.
Through various deep-dive discussions, the company highlighted its innovations and investments in sustainable automotive solutions, as well as offering insights into its new dedicated IONIQ line-up brand.
GREENTECH FESTIVAL 2020 took place as a hybrid digital-live format this year. In addition to a physical exhibition and live activities such as Switch Green, online formats ensured the digital participation of people not present on-site at the event in Berlin.
Hyundai also took part in a deep dive discussion on 17 September featuring Mark Freymüller, who presented the company’s Swiss business case for future mobility and energy solutions. Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility is a joint venture between Hyundai Motor Company and H2Energy. Through this partnership, Hyundai is promoting a green hydrogen ecosystem by putting fuel cell vehicles on the road in the form of its heavy-duty Hyundai H2 XCIENT Fuel Cell electric trucks.
During his appearance at GREENTECH FESTIVAL, Freymüller explained how Hyundai’s commitment to providing eco-friendly commercial vehicles as well as working with its partners for the development of infrastructure offers proof of the company’s holistic approach to clean mobility. In addition, it demonstrates both the economic and ecologic viability of commercial fuel cell truck mobility, solving the chicken-egg dilemma.