Kendall Teams With High School to Build Hydrogen-fueled Car
Kendall Toyota of Bend has teamed up with Toyota to fund a project where students at Crook County High School’s Career in Technical Education (CTE) program work to build a remote-control car that’s fueled by hydrogen. Students in CTE are assembling an RC car that uses hydrogen to either power the car or charge the battery that powers the car. Students are working to complete their car to enter in a race in Northern California against other high schools in the region. Kendall Toyota of Bend general manager Jason Wilkinson petitioned the Portland region to support the students as the only program outside of California. Click here to read and watch the entire story from KTVZ News Channel 21.