HYVIA Communication Director
Renault Master Van H2-TECH answers the needs of businesses, fleets, and local authorities. It is a big van for the transport of goods and packages, with a loading volume of 12 m 3 and a range of up to 500 km. It is equipped with a 30 kW fuel cell, a 33 kWh battery and tanks containing 6 kg of hydrogen (4 tanks of 1.5 kg). Renault Master Van H2-TECH is expected to be on European roads from mid-2022.
Hydrogen mobility is particularly appropriate today for light commercial vehicles, enabling extended range for high loads and intensive use. The HYVIA range of hydrogen-powered LCVs with zero CO2 emissions* offers an increased range of up to 500 km and a refueling time of 5 minutes. It includes a van version with a loading volume of 12 m³ (Renault Master Van H2-TECH), a chassis cab version with a large volume of 20 m³ (Renault Master Chassis Cab H2-TECH) and a minibus that can carry up to 15 passengers (Renault Master City Bus H2-TECH). HYVIA also offers H2 refueling station, the production of low-carbon hydrogen, maintenance, and fleet management solutions.
HYVIA is based in France on four sites. The head office, engineering and R&D center are located in Villiers-Saint-Frédéric. Renault Master is produced at the Batilly plant. Electric and hydrogen integration is provided by PVI, a Renault Group subsidiary, at Gretz-Armainvilliers. Finally, the HYVIA plant in Flins assembles and tests fuel cells based on Plug Power’s leading technology. At the end of 2022, the plant will also start assembling H2 refueling stations and the production of low-carbon hydrogen with a first 1MW electrolyzer.
HYVIA will meet the players of the hydrogen industry on its booth to also discover its unique fuel cell prototype illustrating its functioning and the hydrogen flows.
Communiqué de presse09.05.2022
HYVIA exhibits Renault Master Van H2-TECH at World Hydrogen 2022 in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Communiqué de presse11.05.2022
HYVIA back to Hyvolution with Renault Master Chassis Cab H2-TECH
Communiqué de presse15.03.2022
HYVIA accelerates its hydrogen ecosystem and inaugurates its plant in Flins, France