The Car Geek: Hydrogen Hybrid Vehicles for U.S. Army Will Be Delivered By Quantum!

The Car Geek

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Hydrogen Hybrid Vehicles for U.S. Army Will Be Delivered By Quantum!

If your merchandise are great and has excellent quality, consumers will be delighted to purchase your goods. It’s like a hot and yummy pizza with the best toppings on top - all set for delivery! In the world of hydrogen vehicles, Quantum, a fully integrated alternative energy company that tops in the development and production of advanced propulsion systems energy storage technologies and alternative fuel vehicles, is the most trusted group to carry out the best hydrogen-powered vehicles. Speaking of pizza delivery, the U.S. Army has ordered hydrogen hybrid vehicles from Quantum!

The U.S. Army is now promoting hybrid vehicles as their primary vehicles on duty. They sure don’t want CO2-breathing cars like Saturn with the best Saturn wheel hub or any vehicle that damages the environment.

According to, Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. has announced that it has took in an order of six hydrogen hybrid vehicles for the U.S. Army's Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC). The agreement will be administered by Aerospace Engineering Spectrum (AES), located in Ogden, Utah.

Including Quantum's super-lightweight hydrogen storage system and the superior hydrogen fuel injection system, this setup is a chase on to Quantum's flourishing achievement of the improvement of a Ford Escape Hydrogen Hybrid for TARDEC. The six Ford Escape Hydrogen Hybrids will be prepared for service as governmental fleet vehicles at two military facilities in North America. This operation will carry the U.S. Army and its 21st Century Base program.

"We are pleased to be able to support TARDEC in expanding its hydrogen vehicle program. This contract exemplifies the U.S. Army's leadership as an early adopter of advanced technologies that will reduce petroleum dependence and fuel consumption while supporting the efforts of our troops. With oil prices as high as $80 a barrel, interest continues to grow worldwide in Quantum's hydrogen hybrid vehicles as near-term alternatives to reduce emissions and petroleum usage through the implementation of hydrogen technologies," says Alan P. Niedzwiecki, the President and CEO of Quantum.