H2Haul Project launched to accelerate deployment of fuel cell electric trucks

A new project formed by IVECO, FPT Industrial and VDL Enabling Transport Solutions (VDL ETS) has been launched to design, build, and test three new types of fuel cell electric heavy-duty trucks.

The H2Haul project, coordinated by Element Energy and funded by a €12m grant, will use fuel cell systems manufactured in Europe by ElringKlinger, Hydrogenics and PowerCell.

“We are very proud of being part of the ambitious H2Haul project supported by the European Commission,” said Marco Liccardo, Head of IVECO’s Medium and Heavy Trucks Global Product Line.

“The project will play a key role in our strategy to further extend and enhance our offer of zero- and ultra-low emission vehicles, offering our customers – and their customers – a choice of technologies for their green fleets.”

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