Waste management company Renova will soon put its first hydrogen-powered waste collector truck into operation as part of a new partnership with Hynion.
Through the partnership, hydrogen specialist Hynion will supply the hydrogen to power Renova’s vehicles that were developed as part of a collaboration between Renova, PowerCell, Scania and JOAB.
“Electrification with the help of hydrogen-powered fuel cells is a very interesting alternative for heavy commercial vehicles such as trucks that collect waste,” said Hans Zackrisson, Head of Vehicle Development at Renova.
“We have been working for a long time to supply the pioneers who want to switch to the environmentally friendly fuel hydrogen. We have delivered for winter testing of cars in Arjeplog, we deliver to early hydrogen car users in Norway, and now we also go into the supply of trucks,” said Kurt Dahlberg, CEO of Hynion Sverige AB.
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