Hydrogen heavy-duty trucks set to get their fill in Québec

Hydrolux has today (July 5) unveiled its plan which hopes to kick-start refuelling for heavy-duty hydrogen-powered trucks in Quebec, Canada.

The so-called Project 117, seeks to develop two green hydrogen refuelling stations along the Route 117 corridor, connecting hydrogen-powered heavy-duty trucks from the greater Montreal area to Abitibi-Témiscamingue.

Set to be located near Val-d’Or and Saint Jérôme, the stations will have both 350 and 700 bar refuelling points, opening refuelling services to non-heavy-duty hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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