H2-Share’s first hydrogen truck successfully tested by Breytner

H2-Share’s first hydrogen-powered rigid truck has had a successful demonstration in Schelluinen, the Netherlands.

The European project aims to facilitate the development of a market for low-carbon heavy-duty vehicles that run on hydrogen for logistic applications.

The 27-tonne hydrogen fuel cell rigid truck, built by VDL, started its demonstration with zero emission transport provider Breytner in April.

Breytner operated the truck, in combination with a mobile refuelling station built by Wystrach, for three months in retail logistics, such as replenishing stores and feeder lines for zero emission last-mile solutions.

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