The Hydrogen Grand Prix (H2GP) program challenges tomorrow's innovators to design, engineer, build and race their own hydrogen-powered cars. Throughout the program, these future leaders develop the creativity, ingenuity and real-world problem-solving skills needed to tackle tomorrow's energy challenges.




The H2GP EXPLORER (XPR) program introduces elementary and middle school students to basic science and engineering principles related to sustainability and renewable energy. In this program, students design and build their fuel cell-powered vehicles using recycled materials. They start by sketching their vehicle designs and sourcing lightweight yet sturdy materials, before constructing their prototypes and testing them in a friendly competition to see which design can travel the farthest.

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H2GP Sprint Car

The H2GP SPRINT program elevates student education by offering a 1:20 scale SPRINT car that runs on pure hydrogen. This program introduces middle school students to science and engineering principles, emphasizing sustainability and the global renewable energy transition. The program's curriculum allows students to understand chemistry, mathematics, 3D design, earth science, and fabrication techniques related to hydrogen car technology. Students gain competencies such as analyzing greenhouse gas impact, evaluating hydrogen production methods, and understanding the advantages of hydrogen fuel. 


AGE 14 - 19H2GP PRO


PRO car

The H2GP PRO program offers high school students a deep understanding of engineering principles in the context of renewable energy. Working in teams, students design, engineer, and construct a 1:10 scale fuel cell-powered RC car. This semester-long program empowers students to become tomorrow's problem solvers while engaging with the automotive industry's shift towards renewable energy technology. In addition to honing teamwork and tackling a complex engineering project, students explore various renewable energy technologies through lab activities and reading materials. The program culminates in a series of regional 4-hour endurance races, where students put their engineering skills to the test and compete against other teams.

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