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Canadian Government backs AZETEC project with $2.3m; aims to build a hydrogen refuelling station

Canadian Government backs AZETEC project with $2.3m; aims to build a hydrogen refuelling station

The Canadian Government is helping to build a clean future for the nation by investing $2.3m in the Alberta Zero-Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration (AZETEC) project that will implement a hydrogen fuelling station.

The AZETEC project is looking to validate the design, manufacturing and operation of long-range fuel cell electric trucks to operate between Calgary and Edmonton.

To address one of the barriers to fuel cell electric truck adoption, the AZETEC project will install and test a hydrogen fuelling station for highway heavy-duty commercial fleet vehicles using real world conditions.

This includes testing capabilities in climates that range from -40°C to +40°C as well as the ability to refuel in 20–45 minutes.

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