Hiringa inks deal with US hydrogen truck maker

Gavin Evans
Tue, 01 Sep 2020

Hiringa Energy expects to have 20 hydrogen-powered trucks operating in New Zealand next year under a heads of agreement with US-based manufacturer Hyzon Motors.The electric trucks, powered with hydrogen fuel cells, will have a similar weight and power output to conventional diesel trucks and a driving distance of up to 500 kilometres.The roll-out includes an initial test phase with the first trucks due in early 2021, the companies said in a joint statement. Large-scale commercial deployment is expected from 2022 with the goal of having more tha...

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