BMW H2 NZEV (Near Zero Emission Vehicle) combustion/output described

Watch a description of the BMW H2 NZEV (Near Zero Emission Vehicle) prototype 7-Series combustion/output process from Dr. Edgar Berger at the 2006 ZEV (Zero Emission Vehicle) symposium hosted by the California Air Resources board.

Dr. Berger studied physics, and received his diploma in 1996 while finishing his PhD in 1999 at the University of Heidelberg in Germany. Dr. Berger has been the Hydrogen powertrain advance development project manager of the BMW Group since 2004.

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