Adani, Ashok Leyland, Ballard to develop hydrogen-powered mining and logistics truck for India

Indian multinational Adani looks set to break ground on hydrogen-powered mobility, today (January 17) revealing plans to develop a hydrogen fuel cell electric truck for mining logistics and transportation.

In collaboration with Indian automotive firm Ashok Leyland and Ballard Power Systems, Adani has said it will launch a pilot project to develop the India’s ‘first’ hydrogen-powered mining truck.

The project is set to be led by Adani Enterprises Limited (AEL), where the vehicle will utilise Ballard’s 120kW FCMove™ fuel cell engine, with Ashok Leyland set to supply the vehicle platform and technical support.

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