Croft and Layer target heavy duty trucks running on green hydrogen

Croft and Layer are teaming up to retrofit vehicles to run on hydrogen, initially targeting larger vehicles with little fast-charging infrastructure such as heavy duty trucks.

The Croft system comprises Nanocartridges that can be used to power retrofitted vehicles using hydrogen, a Nanoplant to recharge the Nanocartridges, and a hose module for on-board charging.

Layer is a design studio working across strategy, industrial design, engineering, branding and digital sectors. Its industrial design and engineering teams specialise in physical and functional prototyping and 3D CAD development.

Layer Founder Benjamin Hubert said, “Croft is on a mission to retrofit vehicles to run on hydrogen, making them cleaner, more efficient, and capable of undertaking epic journeys – and Layer  designed, engineered and branded the at-home charging system and capsules. These products all celebrate endurance, with a robust visual language that clearly invites users to service rather than replace.”

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