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Daimler, Shell to accelerate hydrogen truck rollout with extensive refuelling network plans
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Daimler, Shell to accelerate hydrogen truck rollout with extensive refuelling network plans

Daimler Truck and Shell New Energies have joined forces to develop a hydrogen-powered freight corridor to deliver 150 hydrogen refuelling stations and approximately 5,000 Mercedes-Benz heavy-duty fuel cell trucks by 2030.

The two companies on Thursday (May 20) inked an agreement for the effort that will see the development of what the duo believe to be the optimal hydrogen infrastructure network.

Under the plans for such network, Shell intends to initially rollout a hydrogen refuelling network joining three green hydrogen production hubs at the Port of Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, as well as Cologne and Hamburg in Germany.

Read more: Hamburg Hydrogen Network established to promote hydrogen and reduce emissions

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