Atomictractor, founded by the highly experienced tractor industry professional Campbell Scott, is a start-up company dedicated to developing and building net zero tractors for future build in the UK aimed at mixed farmers and groundcare contractors. The tractors will be completely emissions free using battery and hydrogen fuel cell technology. Farmers will be given the tools to generate their own green fuel, eliminating the need for costly , imported fossil fuels. The overarching value proposition will be straightforward technology in a complete system delivered at an economically viable cost for the farmer.
The future of farming is really exciting as we develop new technologies for machinery that will both be good for the profitability of your farm and good for the environment too!
The RASE has published reports about how this green revolution in agriculture will develop. Atomictractor will play a leading role ...
We are delighted to be working with a consortium of highly experienced and innovative partners from industry and research organisations who will take our development project for an H2FC tractor aimed at mixed farmers and groundcare contractors to production readiness!
We have helped with projects to review and plan how wind, solar and bio energy can be used in the future to power farm machinery.
Farmers are best placed to generate their own energy and reduce their own energy costs. Now the tractor companies have to look to the future and develop non fossil fuel powered machines.
It is a tough decision, how to move forward. It's not just about technology, it's also about public policy and infrastructure. We can help to guide you through this potential minefield! email@example.com
Farm tractors are on the cusp of a new power revolution. After a century of faithful service, the fossil fuelled internal combustion engine will evolve or disappear.
We specialsie in solutions that are simple, cost effective and future proof, protecting the future of farming and the future of the planet.
Farmers can create and use their own energy to power machinery reliably and efficiently.
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