The goal of achieving sustainable mobility with zero emissions came a step closer today when Opel announced the European part of GM’s biggest-ever test program for fuel cell vehicles during a visit by Germany’s Federal Minister of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs Wolfgang Tiefensee.

Nine companies will be the first to operate the GM/Opel HydroGen4 zero emission vehicles in the Berlin area as they go about their regular business: ADAC, Allianz, Coca-Cola, Hilton, Linde, Schindler, Axel Springer, Total and Veolia. This real-world road test will run under the umbrella of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), a German Federal Department for Transport, Building and Urban Development funded project focused on proving the day-to-day