CCHS Students will Build Hydrogen Fuel Cell Racing Car

CCHS students will build hydrogen fuel cell racing car

An excited Mr. Mumm opens the box with materials for Crook County High School’s new hydrogen fuel cell racing car. Students will be building this car second semester and then competing in this season’s Horizon Grand Prix Hydrogen Fuel Cell Racing Series sponsored by Toyota.

The fuel cell project is the result of a grant from and a partnership with Toyota Senior Manager of Advanced Technology Dave Bora. He approved CCHS as one of the only three schools outside of California. Toyota of Bend also had a big part in helping CCHS be part of the fuel cell cars project.

It’s another exciting adventure for CCHS CTE programs.

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