Cummins to provide a 2.5MW electrolyser to fuel the ‘world largest’ hydrogen taxi fleet

The “world’s largest” hydrogen taxi fleet is set to be fuelled by a Cummins 2.5MW electrolyser with Hysetco signing a contract to acquire the system for its fleet.

Revealed today (April 4), Hysetco, a hydrogen mobility company owned by Total Energies, Air Liquide, Toyota, Kouros, and others, will utilise the electrolyser system as a means to become one of the first large-scale hydrogen mobility platforms that integrates hydrogen production, distribution, and use.

The project will also aim to create the largest hydrogen taxi fleet worldwide and will be fuelled by 12 refuelling stations by 2024.

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