Singapore firm to make hydrogen fuel cell vehicles

Co- founders of Spectronik, Zarli Maung Maung (left) and Jogjaman Jap with the hydrogen FC-powered golf cart and drone. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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Homegrown Spectronik is hoping to become the first local firm to make a working motorised vehicle from the ground up, and one which runs on hydrogen.

The company was co-founded by Indonesian Jogjaman Jap, 35, and Myanmarese Zarli Maung Maung, 34, in 2011. Both are Singapore permanent residents and had moved here when they were primary school pupils.

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