Peugeot hydrogen fuel cell van E Expert Hydrogen is now available. Its powertrain is identical to the Peugeot E-Expert BEV, but instead of having the big 75 kWh battery, it instead has a smaller 10.5 kWh pack and tanks located in the floor of the vehicle capable of storing 4.4 kg of hydrogen under pressure. With a full load of hydrogen, the E-Expert FCV has a claimed WLTP range of 400 km, more than the E-Expert BEV whose range is 340 km. Refuelling the vehicle takes around 3 minutes, but you can also just charge the battery at up to 11 kW thanks to an on-board charger.The very first production hydrogen vehicle from PEUGEOT left the production line on 13December 2021 with MICHELIN group the first customer of the revolutionary new PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen. With the e-EXPERT Hydrogen, PEUGEOT has become one of the very first manufacturers to offer, in addition to its combustion and battery electric variants, a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in the commercial vehicle segment.The PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen van integrates a new hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain in the engine compartment and underbody, resulting in no compromise in terms of load volume compared to the diesel variants of the EXPERT, and a low centre of gravity, improving vehicle stability and safety. Based on the battery powered e-EXPERT, the PEUGEOT e-EXPERT Hydrogen is now available for deliveries, with the first customer, WATEA by MICHELIN, the young subsidiary dedicated to green mobility solutions in the MICHELIN group, receiving its hydrogen van before the end of the year.