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Toyota and Kenworth's -fuel cell-electric Class 8 trucks © Toyota & Kenworth
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Toyota and Kenworth's -fuel cell-electric Class 8 trucks © Toyota & Kenworth

Hexagon Purus supplies Toyota for series production of hydrogen powertrains

Norwegian-based Hexagon Purus will supply hydrogen storage and battery packs to Toyota North America (TMNA) for the serial production of its heavy-duty fuel cell powertrains.

Set to be assembled by Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky (TMMK), the dual fuel cell modules including Hexagon Purus hydrogen storage and battery systems, will be sold to heavy-duty truck manufacturers for use in Class 8 trucks.

TMNA was recently granted a Zero Emission Powertrain (ZEP) executive order from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for its latest heavy-duty fuel cell powertrain, aimed at helping truck OEMs and operators meet increasingly strict emissions regulations in the state.

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