We worked with Hyundai to build, launch and develop the world's first Fuel Cell Farm. This brought to life Hyundai's amazing Hydrogen Fuel Cell technology, demonstrating the only output from the vehicle is clean water. It became a living working farm, growing lettuce and tomatoes from the clean output from the vehicle.
The installation saw Hyundai connecting with leading sustainability designers Dalston-based Something & Son. We worked with The Design Museum to host the installation, ensuring it became part of the institution's programming.
Media loved the story; it featured on The Guardian's homepage, in The Sunday Times, and the Metro.
London's Deputy Mayor Kit Malthouse attended our press conference. This led to the order of a fleet of vehicles for London, putting the capital at the forefront of sustainable motoring. The project picked up several international awards for innovation.