Clean Logistics converts diesel trucks to hydrogen

Clean Logistics, a joint venture start-up, has received a notice of approval from the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure for the conversion of its heavy diesel trucks to hydrogen hybrid drives.

The conversion will see the Winsen-based company produce HyBat trucks with emission-free fuel cell technology and high-performance batteries for energy storage.

“With a total volume of six million euros for the development of this new technology, we are now in a position to put the first converted vehicles on the road as early as the third quarter of 2020, much faster than expected,” said Dirk Lehmann and Dirk Graszt, Managing Directors of Clean Logistics.

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