The Fuel of the Future

We are Green Team Twente

We are a pioneer in sustainable mobility as we design, build and race one of the world’s most fuel-efficient hydrogen car. Green Team Twente is a multidisciplinary team of ambitious students from the University of Twente and Saxion Hogeschool. Sharing knowledge and educating people about hydrogen on all levels to elaborate on our vision to promote the future of sustainable mobility.
‘The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it’- Robert Swan

Hydrogen racing

Since 2012 the team has competed against other teams from all over the world in the Shell Eco-Marathon. Currently, we are the European and World Champions by winning the European and World cups in 2019.

This year, 2022, Green Team Twente decided to make a change. We push the boundaries of hydrogen technology even more by developing a hydrogen car with higher speed, which will participate in Formula Student. Where we will be the only car driving on hydrogen, which makes us unique.

Want to see what we make? Watch our Design reveal

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We are going to race!

We are going to race!

This year we are going to change. It will be the first year we are not just showing our efficient car, but we are also building a racing car, with which we will participate in the formula student. Hydrogen can be a very powerful source. Therefore we will use it to...

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HyCC and Green Team Twente go for green gold

HyCC and Green Team Twente go for green gold

Green hydrogen company HyCC will support the Green Team of the University of Twente in their ambition to develop the world’s most efficient and the fastest hydrogen car. With the sponsorship, HyCC wants to contribute to the further development of knowledge about...

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Everything about Hydrogen

Everything about Hydrogen

Do you already know everything about hydrogen? Hydrogen is a hot topic in the field of sustainability. Erwin Geurts and Frank Mietes, two hydrogen pioneers believe as much as we do that hydrogen will play a key role in the energy transition. But unknown makes unloved....

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