GM, OneH2 and Navistar to launch hydrogen truck ecosystem

General Motors (GM), OneH2 and Navistar are joining forces to deliver a complete hydrogen long-haul transportation solution, from the vehicle itself to its supporting infrastructure.

Announcing the partnership today (27th Jan), Navistar said it plans to make its first production model International® RH™ Series fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) commercially available in model year 2024.

The International® RHTM Series FCEV will get its energy from two GM Hydrotec fuel cell power cubes. Each Hydrotec power cube contains 300-plus hydrogen fuel cells along with thermal and power management systems

To support the truck, OneH2 will supply its hydrogen fuelling solution, which includes hydrogen production, storage, delivery and safety.

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