Cellcentric sees hydrogen as the best option for long haulage trucking
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Cellcentric sees hydrogen as the best option for long haulage trucking

In April 2021, two of the biggest truck manufacturers in the world joined forces to create one of the most promising ventures in the hydrogen fuel cell industry – cellcentric. The joint venture company founded by Daimler Truck AG and Volvo Group is aiming to cut the cost of hydrogen fuel cells and make them commercially viable.

With a huge interest from the mobility sector around hydrogen fuel cells and its potential in long distance haulage, cellcentric featured at f-cell Stuttgart 2021 where it displayed one of its fuel cell systems and discussed its position in the market.

H2 View caught up with cellcentric’s CEO, Dr. Matthias Jurytko, at f-cell to find out more about the company, its thoughts on hydrogen fuel cells and the potential impact it could have on the trucking industry in the future.

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