Dutch consortium to develop two hydrogen-electric trucks and a refuelling station by 2023

A new Dutch consortium is aiming to develop and test two 44 tonne hydrogen-electric trucks as well as a new public hydrogen dispenser at a filling station in the Netherlands.

Both of these aims are a priority for the DREAMH2AUL project aiming to advance hydrogen’s application in the mobility sector to accelerate its adoption.

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