Farrall Group to trial HVS hydrogen-powered trucks next year

Edwin C Farrall Transport (Farrall Group) will explore the integration of HVS’ heavy goods vehicles  (HGVs) into its fleet.

Under a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), Farrall’s Group will receive the hydrogen-powered HGVs once they become available for trial in late 2025.

From there, HVS will share vehicle data, total cost of ownership (TCO) modelling, route planning, infrastructure support and performance optimisation with the Chester, UK-based company.

HVS’ powertrain solution is designed as a native fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) from the ground up, which promises superior efficiency and reduced environmental impact. Speaking to H2 View, HVS’ Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), John McLeister said, “The technology needs no introduction, it’s been tested and proven in a number of applications.”

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