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Arcola Energy is a specialist hydrogen and fuel cell system engineering business and integrator. We partner with leading fuel cell suppliers and carry out application engineering and vehicle integration to create zero-emission heavy-duty vehicles and provide fleet services to support vehicles on the road – we currently manage the largest fuel cell commercial vehicle fleet in the UK.
We have more than 10 years of experience in delivering solutions that address the deployment gap between rapidly evolving low-carbon technologies and production-ready solutions.
Today, Arcola is one of the fastest growing hydrogen technology companies in the UK, working with some of the most progressive local authorities, fleet operators and OEMs to meet their zero-emission targets.
As a Tier 1 supplier, we offer exceptional engineering services taking hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and turning them into practical products to achieve great results. We produce our own range of powertrain products for zero-emission vehicles based on our proprietary A-Drive technology platform.
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