Cyclum Renewables to develop a network of renewable refuelling stations with hydrogen capabilities
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Cyclum Renewables to develop a network of renewable refuelling stations with hydrogen capabilities

Cyclum Renewables is set to support the growing zero-emission trucking industry by developing new refuelling stations with multiple capabilities including hydrogen, revealed today (Jan 11).

In developing a network of renewable truck stops across the US, the mobility sector will be supported significantly with refuelling stations capable of refuelling several zero-emission vehicles.

Hydrogen continues to gain traction within the zero-emission trucking industry in the US and thus these renewable stations will provide further infrastructure to support the growing demand for hydrogen fuel cell trucks.

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Each station is designed to minimise environmental impact by producing power onsite through RNG turbines and solar, while operating with sustainable business practices.

This offers the chance for each station ti produce green hydrogen for localised production helping to reduce the cost of transporting the hydrogen thus reducing the cost of the fuel itself.

Cyclum is locating sites for its first phase of stations, focusing on initial target markets along the West Coast and in North Carolina.

On the West Coast, Cyclum is targeting the I-5 corridor, spanning from San Diego, CA to Vancouver, BC. Special attention will be paid to major ports along this interstate, including San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Vancouver.

In North Carolina, Cyclum will focus on major trucking thoroughfares surrounding Charlotte, including I-85, I-77, and I-95.

Drew McGovern, Director of Sales at Cyclum, said, “We are excited to bring a comprehensive renewable fuel option to the market.

“Working closely with our partners, we want to make renewable fuel stations and charging terminals accessible to the trucking industry, while making sure they have the support they need to transition to sustainable operations.”


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