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© Lhyfe
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© Lhyfe

HGV refuelling station to use hydrogen fuel from Lhyfe

Lhyfe will provide hydrogen fuel to the Hyliko refuelling station in Villabé, France, enabling it to fuel zero-emission trucks.

Due to officially open next September, the facility is expected to serve Hyliko’s retrofitted trucks that began operating commercially for Point P a few weeks ago, with hauliers the Berto Group and Labatut, and for Toyota with the Bert&You Group.

Dedicated to heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), the station is expected to boast a refuelling time of around 20 minutes and a compression capacity of 350 bar, which will eventually be increased to 700 bar.

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