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bmw-leads-consortium-in-hydrogen-combustion-engine-truck-research-project
© HyCET
bmw-leads-consortium-in-hydrogen-combustion-engine-truck-research-project
© HyCET

BMW leads consortium in hydrogen combustion engine truck research project

A BMW Group-led consortium has launched a research project to develop 18-tonne and 40-tonne hydrogen combustion engine trucks in Germany, backed by €11.3m ($10.7m) of state funding.

Dubbed, HyCET (Hydrogen Combustion Engine Trucks) the project hopes to develop and test hydrogen trucks with combustion engines with an aim to demonstrate the suitability of the trucks for transport logistics.

Joining BMW are DEUTZ, DHL Freight, KEYOU, TotalEnergies Marketing Deutschland, and Volvo Group.

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