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__The first project__ hosted by 40 Fires is design of [the Hyrban|The Hyrban], an urban vehicle powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. The vehicle has been designed with energy efficiency as the primary goal, while still meeting safety, reliability and performance standards. The starting point for the Hyrban is the designs which have been contributed to 40 Fires by [Riversimple LLP | http://www.riversimple.com]. These will be made available on this site over the next few months. Riversimple has already built a technology demonstrator based on these designs and is working towards a production prototype.
__The first project__ hosted by 40 Fires is design of [the Hyrban|The Hyrban], an urban vehicle powered by a hydrogen fuel cell. The vehicle has been designed with energy efficiency as the primary goal, while still meeting safety, reliability and performance standards. The starting point for the car is the designs contributed to 40 Fires by [Riversimple LLP | http://www.riversimple.com]. Riversimple has already built a technology demonstrator based on these designs and is working towards a production prototype.
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Entrepreneurs around the world will be able to download drawings and data from this site to enable them to develop and build their own versions of this highly energy-efficient vehicle for their local market. This significantly lowers the barriers to entry to the market, allowing rapid deployment of the vehicles we urgently need to reduce the carbon emissions from personal mobility. We are still debating whether manufacturers should pay a fee or not to 40 Fires (see the licesning discussion below). This would be designed to cover 40 Fires running costs. However, community members have pointed out that this is contrary to the spirit of open source.
Entrepreneurs around the world will be able to download drawings and data from this site to enable them to develop and build their own versions of this highly energy-efficient vehicle for their local market. This significantly lowers the barriers to entry to the market, allowing rapid deployment of the vehicles we urgently need to reduce the carbon emissions from personal mobility.
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