Nation-E AngelH1: Electric Hummer H1

The Hummer H1 has received a multitude of critics over the years for being an environmental brute. Now that the Hummer brand is dead, everybody thought that the vehicle will keep this planet-killer reputation.

Well, it seems like Nation-E, a Swiss eco organization, has other plans, as it has developed an electric version of the H1, which is called the Angel H1.

However, the vehicle isn’t just a Hummer H1 that uses electric propulsion. The car is fitted with a 60 kW battery and has been engineered as a rescue vehicle that provides electricity to others cars, buildings, hospitals, construction sites and other units.

One of the vehicle’s aims is to provide electricity in the areas that have been hit by earthquakes or tornadoes and in other crisis situations.

Especially areas that are hit by extraordinary circumstances like earthquakes or tornadoes, electricity blackouts and other crisis events traditionally suffer from electricity shortages for days. With the full electric AngelH1, previously inaccessible territories become accessible and emergency units can fully function using the mobile energy supply of the AngelH1. These vehicles, due to their ability to access remote areas, find an extensive application within the mining industry, as well as construction sites off grid.

In addition to that, the AngelH1 can serve as an energy carrier for satellites and other communication devices.

Nation-E is currently establishing a global network of partners, focusing on all countries with growing e-mobility, such as the U.S., Israel, Germany, Italy, Finland and others.

The AngelH1 will be showcased at the E-Car-Tec exhibition in Munich, Germany, which will be held between October 19 and 21.
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